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Easy How to Draw Candy Tutorial and Candy Coloring Page

Below you’ll find a step-by-step tutorial for candy drawing and a candy coloring page. Those colors and shapes will look SO familiar to most kids.

A drawing of candy, made with the help of an easy step by step tutorial.

Drawing candy from real life might be a good exercise, but comes with some obvious distractions. Not to mention some extra expense. Why not skip all that, and have your students draw some very familiar looking candy with a simple tutorial? This one shows a candy bar, a Tootsie roll, and candy corn. The shapes will probably already be familiar to them, it just helps to have a guide to refer to.

Crayons work great for a general drawing exercise, but if you want to adapt this for some older students, then trying using markers. A couple of extra strokes of color will make any shade of color look a bit darker, and is an easy way to create a more 3D look. The sample drawing on the right illustrates the idea. And any light gray color added to the folds will always make a nice shadow.

Lastly, students should choose a bright color for their background. Anything that contrasts with their candy colors will make them really show up!

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 A step by step tutorial for how to draw candy, available as a free download.

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A step by step tutorial for how to draw candy, also available as a free download.

Candy Coloring Page

Candy Coloring page, available as a free download.

Materials for Candy Drawing

Directions to Draw Candy Step by Step

Time needed: 30 minutes.

Candy Drawing in 9 Easy Steps

  1. Draw a rectangle with sides.

  2. Add zig zag ends on b0th.

  3. Write the candy words inside.

  4. Draw one Tootsie Roll shape.

  5. Add more Tootsie Roll shapes below the others.

  6. Draw a final roll going off the paper.

  7. Space out the candy corn shapes.

  8. Add the two lines inside each kernel of corn.

  9. Trace the lines with a marker and color with crayons.

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