Lemons are an essential element of many delicious meals and beverages, from sauces and cool water to margaritas and desserts. This means that learning to draw them is essential for any aspiring chef, so let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a yellow pen, and drawing a curved line at the top of your page.
Extend the curves down on both sides, and bring them back together with a “bump” at the bottom.
Add two small circles to the center of the lemon for the eyes…
And then add another small circle to the left of the eye, with a long, thin oval shape above. Use the yellow pen to add some color to the inside of the left edge.
Add two oval shapes beneath the eyes.
Add a large, curved, smiling mouth below the eyes…
And then use the yellow pen to fill in the main body of the lemon.
Grab a green pen, and use this to add a stalk to the top of the shape.
Use a slightly darker green pen to add a long, leafy twig to the right…
And then return to the original green pen to create a leaf.
Use a black pen to fill in two-thirds of the eyes…
And then add long, luscious lashes to the right of each.
Use the black to fill in the mouth…
And then draw a waving arm, compete with fingers at the end, extending out to the right.
Bring another arm across and round, with the hand ending just below the mouth.
Now, add two curved lines to the bottom of the fruit…
And thicken these to create legs. Add small bumps to the bottom for feet.
Now, use a pink pen to add spots of color to the cheeks…
Finally, use an orange pen to add dots of texture all over the surface.
Now, that looks like a lemon with lots of secrets to share – who is ready for gossip?