Tomatoes are a delicious addition to any salad, sandwich, or even hot dish – and we have put together the ultimate guide to help you draw your very own fresh tomato slice – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use a pencil and a drawing compass to add a large circle to the left of your page.
Repeat this on the right, but this time just draw half a circle.
Use a ruler to connect the two halves of this with a straight line.
Use the drawing compass to add another curved line just above the bottom one, leaving a slight gap at the top.
Add another curve inside this, and connect it to the edges with curved, horizontal lines.
Now, use the drawing compass to add two smaller circles inside the left one.
Use the ruler to divide the central circle into three sections…
And add curved lines on either side of these, joining these at the end to create a curved, “three-pronged” shape.
Add a curved line to the sides of each of these, connecting to the second circle.
Now, add small teardrop-shaped seeds in these curved shapes. Add the same seeds to the inside of the right shape.
Use a black pen to go over all the outlines…
And remove any pencil marks with a ruler.
Use a pink pen for the central section on the left slice, and the top of the right slice.
Shade the seeds with an orange pen…
And the area around this with a brown pen.
Use a red pen for the rest of the tomato.
Now we don’t know about you, but that delicious-looking tomato has us feeling super peckish – and the best part is that tomatoes are super good for you!