How to Draw a Baby Avocado

In recent years, the popularity of avocados has skyrocketed, and they are now a key ingredient on menus across the globe. Time to jump on board the trend and learn how to draw your own baby avocado – let’s get started!


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 1

Get a blank sheet of paper, a gray pencil, and a drawing compass. Draw two circles, one inside the other, at the bottom of your page.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 2

Draw another circle on top of these two with your pencil and drawing compass, so that you have a shape which loosely resembles a “figure 8”.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 3

Grab a green pen, and carefully go over the outline of the shape to create a sharp, clear edge.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 4

Use a brown pen to go over the outline of the inner circle. At the bottom, add a curved line just above the bottom of the circle, and then draw two small semicircle shapes, one on either side, just below this – the bottom of these shapes should be the bottom of the circle. Then add a small “crescent moon” in the top left of the circle.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 5

Return to the semicircles at the bottom and fill them with your brown pen by following the original bottom of the circle.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 6

Erase the pencil marks, leaving you with the pen outlines.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 7

Add two semicircles to the top of the shape using a black pen and make small marks emerging from the top of this, fanning around the line – these are the eyes and eyelashes of your avocado. Now, add another small semicircle just below, to create a cheerful smile.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 8

Use a pink pen to add two small dots to the cheeks, just below the eyes.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 9

Now take a black liner (a thinner black pen) and add two small semicircles, just like the eyes, inside the inner circle at the top. Just below this, add a wavy line, almost like an “m” shape, and then add a small ring below this.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 10

Connect the bottom lines of the “m” shape with a curved line and add a small circle which is connected to the ring below – this is your baby avocados pacifier!


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 11

Use the green pen to increase the thickness of the outline of the shape…


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 12

And add another line inside this with a light green pen.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 13

Use a brown pen to fill in the circle in the center, leaving the details white.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 14

With a yellow pen, fill in the rest of the center of the shape around the brown circle.


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 15

Fill in the body of the pacifier with the blue pen…


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How to Draw a Baby Avocado Step 16

And then fill in the rest of the pacifier with the yellow pen.


And there we have it – your own super cute baby avocado. This is the only example of the fruit we have seen that is far too good to eat.

There is no denying it; following the recategorization from “fatty” to “fabulous”, the avocado has become a key element in diets of health fans all across the globe. From mashing it up into guacamole to smearing it on toast, it seems as though we cannot get enough of this oval-shaped fruit.

While some avocados are grown in California and in Florida – two states which have been keen to adopt avocados as a staple of their diet – the majority of those you see in grocery stores will actually come from South Central Mexico, and this is largely due to the suitable growing climate which is available all year round.

In addition, avocados are believed to have started their lives in the same region, with the earliest examples being found in Puebla, Mexico as far back as 10,000 BC. During the 16th century, Spanish explorers arrived in Mexico, and were forced to exist on avocados – this makes them the first Europeans to consume the fruit. The Spanish Conquest followed, and this spread knowledge of the fruit to South and Central America. It was not until the 1950’s, however, when the most Americans turned to avocados, and they were first discovered in coastal states before moving inland.

Avocados are not only great for helping to brighten your Instagram feed, but they also offer health benefits, including higher levels of potassium than bananas – 975 milligrams per serving, compared to 487 milligrams found per banana. A recent study also found the eating an avocado each day can improve your LDL cholesterol levels, helping you to lose weight and stay healthy – plus, they taste delicious!

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