To make the drawing look more interesting, we offer you to draw the “family” of mushrooms – a big mushroom and a small one. They are drawn on the same principle and the same details, but they are different in sizes. Draw two cross lines, they will help us to draw the details.
The stalk of the big mushroom is rounded at the bottom, it’s being narrowed at the top.
According to this principle, draw the stalk of a small mushroom. Place it next to the big one, in the foreground.
Big mushroom's cap
Let’s draw the mushroom’s cap. The first cap is a big elongated oval. “Attach” it to the top of the stalk.
Erase the additional lines, we don’t need them anymore.
Make an uneven contour of the lower part of the cap.
Add the arc on top-the cap is ready.
It’s enough to draw a small oval figure at the top of a small stalk to depict a small cap.
Erase the lines
The lines which are intersected improper because of the imposition of one pattern on another should be carefully erased.
Since the mushrooms grow in the forest, a small leaf fell from a tree on the big mushroom’s cap.
The mushrooms are hiding under the leaves from the people who came to pick the mushrooms up. Next, erase the line which crosses the leaf and the cap of a big mushroom.
Add thin lines to show the veins on the leaf.
Draw shadows on the picture.
Using these strokes, you will give the correct form to the mushrooms.
Draw the grass using sharp figures at the bottom of the stalks, the mushrooms are hidden there.
Improve your drawing by removing the unnecessary lines with the help of an eraser.
To make the drawing more interesting, offer your child to color it with the help of the watercolors, the crayons or the markers. The boletus are ready!