Step 6: At this point, you are still drawing what is spilling out of the cornucopia, or horn of plenty. To the left of the apple, draw a pear using curved lines. Add some lines inside to turn it into a gourd!
Step 7: Above the corn, draw a series of small, circular shapes for grapes. First draw the outer edge of the grape bunch that extends from the corn to the gourd. Then inside, draw a series of small overlapping half- circles for the individual grapes.
Step 8: Above the grapes, draw a second apple the same way as the first apple but this time give the stem a small leaf.
Step 9: To the left of the corn, draw three small circles for tomatoes. The tomato in the back should be bigger and only the top part should show. At the top of each tomato, draw a shape similar to a star for the stem.
Step 10: High above the tomatoes, draw a few short, curved lines for the top of another pumpkin. The stem at the top consists of two vertical lines with a hexagonal shape at the top. Add the shape of the pumpkin using curved lines. Don't overlap the grapes and tomatoes. Draw a few lines inside to emphasize the shape of the pumpkin.