Cranberry Fruit Digital Illustration - Original Artwork
Next illustration in my fruit art series :)
I created this cartoon style digital drawing of Cranberries.
This artwork is used in an educational coloring book for kids and it is all about learning to spell fruit names. The title of the book is 'Learning To Spell All The Fruit Names A to C, Educational Arts And Crafts Activity Coloring Book, Volume 1' and it is currently available for sale on Amazon, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08XGSTRD1
I created a video preview of the book below.
This will be a 5 volume series with all the fruit names in alphabetical order, so I have 4 more volumes to create!
The Cranberry is an edible red fruit that is small and has a sour flavor. It grows on small trailing shrub plants with short branches. The leaves are evergreen, oval shaped, and less than 0.5 inches (1.2 cm) long. The flowers are bell shaped and have four rose tinted petals. The round dark red berries are about the size of currants, are often spotted and have an acidic taste. Cranberries are cultivated on acid soils of peat or vegetable mold with a surface layer of sand. In the USA cranberries are grown extensively in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Wisconsin and near the Pacific coast in Washington and Oregon. Harvesting begins in early September and continues until late October. Cranberry fields are commonly flooded, and the ripe fruits float on top of the water and are scooped from the water surface. In cooking recipes cranberries are a popular pie filling, their juice is widely marketed as a beverage, in sauces and relishes. Most cranberry products are consumed in the United States and Canada, Cranberries are traditionally associated with U.S. and Canadian Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.
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