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Uploaded: May 31, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: June 1, 2010
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Hi guys, welcome back to another tutorial installment here on Dragoart.com. Some of you may notice that there is some changes with the sites layout, and then again some of you may not notice the change. If you are still wondering what I'm talking about, I'll tell you. First off the color of the background is not so blue anymore, instead it's a lighter shade. The boxes and headers of the categories, news, and top 50 is also a bit different. There is also no more borders around the entire page, plus there is some other differences, but I'll get into that some other time. Let's talk about this first lesson I will be submitting on "how to draw fruit". Since summer is almost here, I wanted to do a tutorial that represented summer, and all the special delightful things that we tend to eat when the weather is hot. My family loves eating really cold oranges, apples, bananas, watermelon, grapes, and yes, pineapples. That is the six pieces of fruit you will be drawing today. To make them look ultra delicious, and rip, I made sure to color them using vibrant shades, and I also made them look like chibi pieces of food. Looking at the tutorials picture, you can already see that this is going to be a simple task to tackle. When you want to draw fruit, you have to be sure that the shapes of the food is accurate. I for one tried to do the best I could. Anyway, you should have fun drawing all this sweet food. I have to bounce outta this lesson because I have some other tutorials to write out and upload still. Have an awesome day guys, and remember to keep on smiling!

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Step 2. How to Draw Fruit