Drawing Together Episode 58: Drawing Peaches

this episode is Part of the Drawing Together live video series – learn more here

Going back to still life drawing, let’s draw a peach together! Follow along using this reference image: Reference Image

We want to see your drawings! Share your finished pieces and any tips with us on this episode page.

Today, I’m working with:

  • White Charcoal or Drawing Paper
  • Charcoal Pencil (4B or 6B)
  • Vine Charcoall
  • Kneaded and Rubber Erasers
  • Shading Stumps

In this session, we’ll cover:

  • Drawing and sketching Fruit
  • Drawing and sketching a Still Life
  • Realistic shading techniques

Join artist Scott Maier, every Wednesday at 3PM EST.

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20 comments on “Drawing Together Episode 58: Drawing Peaches

  1. Adele Kan says:

    My play drawing the peaches. Used light tan paper that has more texture than any other I have, which added to the peach fuzz. Didnt feel like drawing today so am getting quicker with my attempts. Thanks Scott for another informative session.

  2. Zeffie Lilly says:

    I enjoyed drawing that peach so much, that I decided to try it in pen and ink. I started with line and (as you can see) that was a disaster, but switched to dot-stipple and I really like the look. My first try at stippling so I may give it a go again.

  3. Heathyrre Kautz says:

    I think this came out pretty well, though I used gray toned drawing paper again, so had to use white charcoal highlights. It makes for a different challenge but I think I like the toned paper a lot. It just doesn’t have the tooth of charcoal paper. I’m looking forward to seeing a future demo with the tinted charcoal, Scott. 😊

  4. Mary Cullen says:

    Thank you so much! I have really enjoyed all these sessions that I have been able to watch. I have subscribed to your channel because of these sessions, even though signing up was not required. Mary from Lakewood.