Occasionally, everyone needs a vacation to get away from it all. As far as vacations go, lounging on a tropical beach with a large glass of fruit punch cannot be topped!
Few things evoke the spirit of a tropical holiday, like the sight of a gorgeous palm tree. If you fantasize about relaxing on tropical beaches or enjoying the look of palm trees, wouldn’t it be great to learn how to draw one?
This 10-step tutorial on drawing a palm tree will demonstrate how sketching one can be a peaceful and simple activity!
Steps To Draw A Palm Tree
Firstly, draw a small circle on white paper with a black marker, as shown in the reference image.
Draw another circle connected with the first one we drew in the previous step.
Start drawing the palm tree leaves in this step to make them look realistic.
Make leaves with some curved lines. Draw the leaves the same as in the reference image; otherwise, everything becomes messy.
Draw the right side leaf with curved lines as shown in the reference image.
Draw the top side leaf of the palm tree to make it look realistic.
Draw another leaf on the top portion of the palm tree to make it look beautiful and shaded.
A palm tree would not be a palm tree if it did not have a long trunk.
We should certainly add a trunk to your palm tree drawing as a result! Draw two long, curved lines upward from the jagged grass lines to construct the tree trunk, as seen in the reference image.
Once you are satisfied with the trunk’s appearance, we may proceed to the following phase.
Add zig-zag lines in the palm tree’s trunk, as shown in the reference picture.
Complete your drawing by completing zig-zag lines in the whole palm tree’s trunk, as shown in the reference image.
We hope this lesson on drawing a palm tree helps you have a quiet and enjoyable time learning how to draw this lovely tree!
We attempted to divide this tutorial into sections that were simple to follow and still left room for your creativity!
Now that you have drawn a palm tree, the fun may continue by adding a gorgeous background and perhaps some fauna, such as tropical birds or crabs.
Mediums like acrylic paints, watercolors, colored pens, and colored pencils may also provide stunning color changes.
List Of Equipment Used For This Drawing
- For Outline: Black Pencil and Marker – Click Here For Pencils | Click Here For Markers
- For Coloring: Colored Pencils and Colored Markers – Click Here For Colored Pencils | Click Here For Colored Markers
- Drawing Paper and Sketchbook: Mixed Media Sketchbook – Click Here For Sketchbook
- Electric Pencil Sharpener – Click Here For Sharpeners
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