If you look at the banana,then immediately comes the idea-that’s a tree!
But the joke is that a banana is grass in terms of botany. Big gigantic grass.And the banana is not a palm tree! A completely different, independent plant. And here I want to help children who do not live in warm areas and draw tropical plants as the imagination dictates.
Banana plant drawing
The trunk is high ,at the top of it-like a fan or even a fountain stretches long elliptical leaves.
From roots to crown the whole trunk is covered with petioles of dead leaves. The leaves themselves are so great that often tear along the veins and therefore it seems, that they have the scalloped edges.
These leaves would grow up to the sun, but under their own weight they arcuate bend to the ground.
Well,the banana is drawn, it is necessary to color it right. What do I mean by “to color right”?
The fact is that it is necessary to stroke the leaves of any plant in the direction of its veins!
And please note that green leaves are not all the same –some are lighter, others darker. There are yellowish–green leaves,there is a spectral green,and on the other we see the cold shadow. In general, do not paint the leaves as a wall painter ,but make the diversity.
Well,now we know how to draw a banana plant, wait for its fruit and will also draw them…and feast. Read more: How to draw a date palm How to draw a coconut palm
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