Step 16: Draw a few more shapes inside the ring to fill out the inside of the cornucopia too.
Step 17: Below everything, draw a few leaves as extra detail on the autumn theme. Use jagged lines for maple-like leaves and oval- like shapes for regular leaves. Add a series of lines inside the leaves for their veins. You can skip the leaves if your cornucopia is starting to get crowded. You can also add your favorite fall fruits and veggies that aren't pictured here. It's up to you!
Step 18: Using a pen or marker, carefully go over the lines to make your cornucopia drawing permanent. After inking, get rid of every pencil mark with an eraser.
Final Step: Color your cornucopia drawing using color pencils, markers or crayons! Use red for the tomatoes and cherries. Add brown to the middle of the sunflowers and a bit on the horn. Use yellow for the corn and light green for the husks. Then use orange for the big pumpkin and brown for its stem. Color the sunflower petals yellow and the grapes purple. Use yellow-orange for the small pumpkin and brown for its stem. Use autumn colors like reds, browns and oranges for the rest of the fruit inside. Color the rest of the cornucopia brown. Don't overlap the fruit as you color the horn of plenty. Use yellow, brown and other fall colors to color the leaves. Don't forget to pause the video to draw at your own pace.