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worksheet | apples 1 | apples 2 | apples 3

Fill in the three apples with different textures.

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Print out the worksheet:


Texture 1 - "hairy" apple

Place the curved strokes following the form of an apple.

More strokes should be placed on the sides of the apple.

Extend strokes outside the outline.

Texture 2 - "rocky" apple

Start with drawing a pencil grid.

Fill in each area with a "rock" outline.

Smaller "rocks" can be placed closer to the outline.
Fill in the gaps with strokes or/and dots.

Texture 3 - "wooden" apple

Start with basic long oval-like or tear-drop shapes.

Curve the shapes to follow the form of the apple.

Outline the shapes to imitate the wood grain.

Fill in the blank areas with vertical curved lines.

Remember to "wrap" them over the apple form.

Alter the thickness of the lines.

Texture 4 - "wrapped in a ribbon" apple

Draw the first ribbon.

Add another ribbon behind the first one.
Fill in the apple shape with more ribbons.
Fill in the background.

Add shading for more realistic look.

Texture 5 - "weaved" apple

Start with a pencil grid.

Draw vertical double-lines that follow the apple's form.

Add curved horizontal double-lines.

Fill in the small squares with a marker.

Start placing the weaving pattern.

Add shading for more realistic look.






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