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How To Draw Pine Trees

Pine trees come in all shapes and sizes.

Pine trees come in all shapes and sizes. There are more than 126 named species of pine tree! These trees grow needle or scale-like leaves and don’t lose them annually as deciduous trees do. They’re also the most common kind of tree to be used during the holiday season.

Evergreen trees are some of the most beautiful trees on the planet. Without them, winters would be pretty bleak! Not only are these trees beautiful in person, but they’re beautiful in artwork as well. Drawing pine trees can be very simple or very difficult, depending on the art style you’re working with.

How to draw pine trees

There are a few different ways you can try to draw a pine tree. We’ll go over a few of them here.

How to draw a basic tree

A great place to start with learning to draw trees is to start with the basics! The following tutorial is great for anyone just starting out. If this one is a bit too easy for you, the artist has a number of other tutorials that are more challenging on his channel.

How to draw a fir tree

Fir trees are some of the most common pine trees in the world. They can be found throughout the Northern Hemisphere in North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa too. This video tutorial will show you how to draw simple and elegant fir trees.

How to draw a cartoon pine tree

This pine tree tutorial is a bit less realistic, like the two we’ve discussed so far, and a bit more cartoon-like. This is a great tutorial for younger artists just learning how to draw trees but can be fun for adults too. This is a very easy lesson on learning how to draw a cartoon pine tree.

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