Printable Pumpkin Coloring Pages and an Easy-to-Follow Drawing Tutorial for Pumpkins
When it comes to simple yet entertaining art projects, pumpkins are unrivaled. The ridges on a pumpkin can be used to create the illusion of depth, preventing them from appearing as simple flat circles, and the vibrant orange color is so cheery. An in-depth pumpkin drawing tutorial that's simple to follow.
Evidence like this demonstrates that basic coloring tools are all you need to give your pumpkins some personality. For the reflected light color, I used yellow Prang® crayons and a lot of pressure to release the maximum amount of pigment. Crayons of the Prang brand seem to blend more smoothly than those of other brands, in my experience.
How to Use Templates to Begin Sketching
You may have noticed that the horizontal and vertical centers of each step in all of the tutorials here are separated by a dashed line. Before beginning to draw, students can save time and effort by drawing their own centered lines on blank sheets of paper.
The first pumpkin oval, for instance, is to be centered on the vertical and horizontal lines, as shown in Step 1 below. To ensure the pumpkin fills the paper, make sure to draw that shape large and in the center.
Students are more likely to finish their drawings feeling accomplished if they have a strong beginning. Because learning to draw is all about determining the appropriate size and placement of lines on paper, it is always useful to have a visual reference point to work from.
Does this imply that, before beginning their work, students should take out a ruler and draw a thick line down the middle of a blank sheet of paper? God, no, don't even think about it! That will detract from the final product and be difficult to remove. Instead, just fold the paper in half lengthwise, creasing the fold, and unfolding it. The creases will magically vanish once the drawing is completed and colored in.
Start sketching pumpkins right away!
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Harvest Pumpkin Coloring Page
Instruments Needed to Draw a Pumpkin
- Sketch Pads This is the high-quality stuff available in large quantities at affordable prices.
- I have a preference for this particular brand of pencil because it consistently produces lines of a high quality dark shade.
- You can get a true black color from a permanent marker, which is why you should use a black marker.
- Crayons Larger quantities are great because they provide more options.
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How to Draw a Pumpkin: Step by Step Instructions
Required time: 45 minutes
How to Draw a Scarecrow in 9 Simple Steps
- Create an oval in the middle.
- To the right, please add a curved shape.
- Make a curve on the left side.
- The right side needs a curved shape added.
- Create a leftward-curving shape
- Attach a stem to the top.
- Create a horizon line and a vine with leaves.
- Write or draw over with a marker. Use a yellow marker and a light green crayon.
- Coloring in the blanks with orange, dark green, and a sky blue
A Step-by-Step Guide to Drawing Three Pumpkins
This tutorial, featuring pumpkins of varying sizes leaning in different directions, is a great place to start if you want to learn how to draw pumpkins that look more three-dimensional.
In this lesson, students will learn how to draw a pumpkin, including its characteristic circles and radiating lines from the stem, as well as how to add little "bumps" to each section to make it stand out more.
The good news is that you can skip the tricky bumpy step and go straight to tracing and coloring. It is the radiating lines themselves that do most of the work in creating the illusion of depth.
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Coloring Page of a Pumpkin
Psycological Pumpkin: Positive or Negative?
Collage art projects can teach students about positive and negative shapes while creating some fantastic Halloween decorations.
For this positive/negative pumpkin activity, students will glue down one side of their cutout shapes and then flip them over to create a mirror image. It's hard to find a definition of symmetry that's more straightforward than that.
TIP: The pumpkin's mouth, eye, and mouth shapes should all be cut from the same sheet of paper, as they will be repurposed on the back. When you cut things up into little pieces, you end up with a puzzle that, if you're lucky, you'll be able to put back together again.
Cutting out the eye is easiest if you first make a slit on one side, then remove the triangle. The slit will be nearly invisible after the paper is glued down.
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Tools for Making a Happy/Sad Pumpkin
- Black paper, such as that used for construction projects
- Five pieces of orange card stock or construction paper, cut 5″ x 8 Panels of 5 inches in height
- Glue stick
- A black marker (for the improvisational art project)
- Marker in metallic silver (for alternate-universe project)
Advice for Your Pumpkin-Related Positive or Negative Project
The methods for creating this pumpkin are straightforward, but an easy-to-follow, step-by-step breakdown would be helpful. Below is a picture of my front board, on which I've diagrammed all the steps.
Interestingly, once they are finished, there won't be any leftovers, so that's something to think about. The entire amount of material removed will be put to good use.
Variations on Paper
Have your older students, who likely won't need much help with the basic cutting and gluing, take the positive/negative theme a step further by adding details to both sides with black marker. white paint markers can be expensive, so a silver metallic marker (which will look pretty white) can be used instead. )
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