If you want to learn how to draw a pumpkin pie, we have an easy tutorial made for you! Read on!
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Pumpkin Pie Fun Facts
- Did you know that the pilgrims did NOT necessarily eat pumpkin pie at the first Thanksgiving? Many sources say that pumpkin pie was not introduced until the SECOND Thanksgiving in 1623 (although pumpkins were always a staple of the Native American diet). (It’s even said that Native Americans fed pumpkin to their horses.) – source
- Pumpkin “pies” made by early American colonists were more likely to be a savory soup made and served in a pumpkin than a sweet custard in a crust. – source
- The pumpkin is a symbol of harvest time and is featured also on Halloween. – source
- The largest pumpkin pie ever baked weighed 3,699 pounds. – source
Materials You Need
To draw a pumpkin pie, you’ll need the following tools:
- Paper or Sketchbook
- Black Fine liner or Marker
- Colored Pencils (optional)
How to Draw a Pumpkin Pie
It’s easy to draw a pumpkin pie, the first thing you have to do is to draw 3 dots that will correspond to an uneven triangle for the top of the pie. And then connect those dots together.
Draw another set of lines to make the triangle into 3D, then add the crust of the pie like shown in the image below.
Finish the pie crust drawing, and then add a dollop of whipped cream on top.
Polish your drawing by erasing the strokes you don’t want to be seen and tracing it with a black fine liner pen, and you are done! That’s how you can draw a pumpkin pie easily!
You can spice up and beautify your drawing by coloring it using the medium you like. In my case, I used colored pencils to achieve the art below.
Follow this easy tutorial to make your own pumpkin pie drawing!
This week, we wanted to share a Thanksgiving-related blog post and so we thought of showing you how to easily draw a pumpkin pie which we can always find on the table during Thanksgiving dinner.
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