How to Draw Cranberries
Another thing that we will be seeing in a couple days is cranberries. These tasty small fruits are used in more ways than one. You can put them in stuffing, eat them jellied or whole, have them on the side, or you can even enjoy cranberries in hot oatmeal, or used in a batch of granola mix. I love cranberries when they are dehydrated because they are easy to eat when they look like raisins. No matter how you choose to eat your cranberries, they are delicious either way. Have fun drawing cranberries, and I will be back with more for you all. For now enjoy learning how to draw cranberries" folks, make sure to use this drawing next to your stuffed turkey drawing. Peace out people!....
Make one shape for one cranberry.
Draw two more cranberries like so, and make sure when you do this they are bunched up together.
Draw the bottom parts of the core at the base of each cranberry like so. These shapes almost look like stars.
Draw the first of three leaves for your cranberries like so.
Then draw in two more leaves for the cranberry bunch you just created.
Add some dimpling on the center parts of the leaves like so, then begin erasing the mistakes.
Here is the cranberries when you are all done. Now you can color in the whole thing.