How to draw a cherry pie (+ coloring)

Mom’s or grandma’s pies are the tastiest for children. Even when children become adults, they still would like to eat a pie.

The child wants to help when he or she sees his or her mom is cooking in order to make the pie more tastier. You shouldn’t ask your child to go away, it’s better to ask him or her to do something to help you. The child will feel himself or herself an adult and will gladly help you. And you can draw a dish after cooking it together. Our instruction will help you.

You need:
1

Additional figure

Draw an oval, which will be your additional figure because we will depict the cake slightly from the side.

Additional figure

2

Lower part

Draw the lower part in the form of a curved rectangle with rounded corners. Connect it with the oval.

Lower part

3

Rim

Draw another oval inside the additional figure and separate the pie from the sides of the baking pan.

Rim

4

Pattern

It’s very often people put the cut strips of dough at the cake’s top, which form a grid. Start drawing them in a form of straight lines.

Pattern

Draw the second layer of lines to form a grid.

Pattern

5

Correction

Start to erase the lines’ intersecting to create the impression that some strips are at the top and the others are below.

Correction

Erase all unnecessary lines in order to make them not intersect.

Correction

6

Baking pan

Draw the baking pan’s details and correct the form.

Baking pan

7

Edges

The cake’s edges look like a lace. Draw small semi-circles along the oval to create the lace.

Edges

Erase the extra line to make the edge look voluminous.

Edges

8

Cherry

Draw a cherry with a stem in the center of the pie.

Cherry

9

Coloring

Color your pie in brown and sand colors. The cherry is red.

Coloring

Color the cake online. You will see that it’s a great fun. Choose how you want to draw 🙂

Choose how you want to paint.

10

Collage of stages of pie drawing

Collage of stages of pie drawing



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