How to Draw Flowers

Roses, tulips, and other flowers are symbolic of love. Drawing is also a great way to express your feelings. Flowers can be drawn in any style, from realism to abstract. When it comes to drawing flowers, there is always something new to learn. Drawing flowers can be difficult because of the many shapes and textures that are involved in each petal. But with a little patience and practice, anyone can create an amazing floral work of art. That is why it is so important to learn how to draw flowers.

The art of drawing flowers can be tricky and time consuming, but with the right tips and tricks, you’ll be able to create something beautiful in no time. In this blog post, you will find tips and step by step instructions for how to draw different types of flowers, as well as links to some helpful videos on YouTube. You can use these techniques on many different objects, so get ready for some drawing fun.

Flower Drawing Easy Step by Step Guide

Drawing flowers is a great way to practice drawing and add beautiful, vibrant life to your artwork. You should begin your flower drawing exploration with a study, a series of loose and fast flower sketches. The steps below will walk you through the process of drawing a simple flower that has been simplified for beginners. Once you’ve completed this tutorial, use it as a guide to learn what are easy flowers to draw. Let’s get started!

Supplies You Need for Drawing Flowers

Flower sketch can be a great way to learn about the drawing of new flowers, as well as a good way to practice.

An artist’s first step should be to have all of their supplies ready before starting an artwork. Sketching flowers becomes simple and enjoyable when you have the right tools.

Paper– Sketchbooks are better than loose sheets of paper because they allow you to keep track of your progress and organize your work.

Pencil– The best pencil to use in the drawing is the mechanical pencil because it doesn’t need to be sharpened.

A Pen– The size of pens varies, just like the size of flowers. Your collection will include fine, bold, and a range of nib thicknesses.

Eraser– Even professionals can make mistakes, so keep a clean eraser on hand to correct them or lightly erase pencil marks before going over them.

You now have all the supplies you need to draw a flower!

Flower Sketch

“Knowing the basic structure of a flower is vital before rendering your own interpretation,” says artist Loe Lee. While most flowers shape and look different, you must comprehend their overall form.

Parts of most flowers:

A typical flower consists of four main parts;

Different Parts of Flower

Petals– Colorful parts of a flower. They are colorful and fragrant to attract insect pollinators.

Pistil– The ovule-producing portion of a flower. In general, stigma, style, and ovary can be found at the bloom’s center.

Stamen– Stamens, the pollen-producing parts of flowers. Most flowers have stamens circling the pistil at the center.

Sepal– Sepals form the stem connection of flowers. While it is blooming, petals and leaves are often protected by the foliage.

How to Draw a Sunflower

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Sunflower is a beautiful flower that grows in the fall. It can be found all over North America, and it has been used by different cultures for centuries. Drawing a sunflower is not as hard as you might think.

There are many different types of flowers that can be drawn, but the first step to drawing any flower is knowing how to draw a circle. Today, we will learn how to draw a sunflower with just eight easy steps!

Step- 1

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Draw two circles. You should draw a large circle around the middle of a smaller one.

Step- 2

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Now draw the stem and some leaves. Adding some leaves to each side of the stem will complete the drawing.

Step- 3

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You should trace the figure of an elongated heart to delineate the petals.

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You must repeat the third step until the inner circle has been completely outlined.

Step- 5

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The gaps should be filled in at sharp angles by adding more petals.

Step- 6

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During the drawing, draw diagonal and crosslines inside the small circle.

Step- 7

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The stem needs to be thickened and the leaves need to be defined.

Step- 8

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It’s time to color the drawing. Fill in the drawing with color.

How to Draw a Tulip

Drawing tulips is a perfect way to spend some time with your loved ones. They are simple shapes, so they don’t take too long to learn how to draw. With a little practice, you’ll be able to create beautiful flowers that bring joy and happiness into the world around you.

Tulips represent beauty in life just as they do on paper! It’s important for everyone to stop every once in a while and admire all of the small things that make life worth living. Whether you want to draw it from scratch with pencils or crayons, we will teach you how to draw tulips in easy steps, we also provide a video tutorial. Let’s start!

Pencil sketches are the best way to get started. Be careful not to press too hard at the beginning. When sketching, use smooth, light strokes.

Step- 1

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The first petal of the tulip should be drawn in an oval at the top of the page. Create the oval by first drawing a U-shape, then closing off the top with a curved line.

Step- 2

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Use a vertical line to draw 2 more petals to the left of the oval.

Step- 3

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On the right side, add two more flower petals in a similar manner. The top of the line has two pointed tips.

Step- 4

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For the stem of the tulip, draw two vertical lines under the flower. The right line should be slightly longer.

Step- 5

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To draw the first part of a flower’s leaf, trace a long line across the stem and slopes up. Finish the shape of the leaf by drawing a sloping line on the left side that creates a pointy tip.

Step- 6

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Create another leaf with two long, curved lines to the right using a pointy shape.

Step- 7

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For the top edge of the flower pot, draw a long, curved, horizontal line below the leaves. Make smaller vertical lines for each side of the upper rim of the pot. Add a second horizontal, long, curved line under the first to complete the flowerpot’s rim.

Step- 8

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To make the sides of the pot, draw two lengthwise lines, sloping inward a bit. The bottom of the pot should be curved. A single tulip pot can be bought here if you like.

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You can easily add more tulips to this drawing if you wish. Draw a U-shaped line for the base of a second tulip to the left of the first. Make the U-shaped line diagonally oriented by tilting it a bit.

Step- 10

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Adding more flowers is as simple as repeating the same process. You can now draw more flowers by following the same steps. Below is a video tutorial that can assist you if you need it. To make your tulip drawing permanent, carefully go over the lines with a pen or marker. Using an eraser, remove all pencil marks after inking.

Final Step

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Choose any color you wish to use for the flowers. Pink is the color to use for this style. Green or yellow-green stems and leaves are best. A flower pot made from orange would look great.

How to Draw Cosmos

Cosmos is a beautiful and ancient constellation that can be seen on the celestial sphere. It has a beautiful, delicate blossom with petals that come in many different colors. There are many different ways to draw Cosmos, but this post will show you one of the easiest methods. Lets start to draw:

Step- 1

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Sketch a circle.

Step- 2

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Create a smaller circle in the center of the original one.

Step- 3

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In the larger circle all around, draw the petals. The shapes and sizes of all should be almost the same.

Step- 4

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Referencing a line will help you draw the stem.

Step- 5

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Draw the semicircles as you trace the smaller circle, forming a flower-like figure. In the center, you can put something if you want.

Step- 6

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Identify the petals by tracing their outline. Petal in front of and petal behind need to be distinguished.

Step- 7

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The larger circle and stem should be outlined to look good.

Step- 8

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Now you have to add more details.

Step- 9

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Fill in the flower with color.

How to Draw a Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus is a beautiful flower that can be found in many parts of the world. They come in different colors and have unique leaf shapes depending on where they are from. This blog post will help you to draw a hibiscus flower by following these steps:

Let’s begin by drawing the tube at the center of the flower. Therefore, you should draw the curve, then add another curve to thicken the line.

Step- 1

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You can then round the lower end off. From there, let’s look at the top right corner. The stamen will be drawn so we will simplify it. This shape will just wobble right on top. There’s no better way to add texture to this curve than to just wobble it.

Step- 2

Now that part is in, we can go from there. Next, we’ll draw the stigma at the top. I’m going to add three lines to simplify it once again. In the center of each circle, draw a circle.

Step- 3

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Now we can draw the petals so there are basically five petals and this is going to be the center where all of the petals will be coming from. My first curve will be right in the middle, and then I’ll round it off. 

Step- 4

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Next, I’m going to start working on the petal’s edge. In order to soften the effect, we will use these curves. We will give a little gap between this petal and the next petal from the center, then connect them and wobble them once more.

Step- 5

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This is basically these five petals, but they’re not smooth because the edges are wobbly.

Step- 6

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We’re almost done drawing the flower. You can then color it. You can follow the video tutorial below.

How to Draw a Rose Realistic

When it comes to drawing a rose, there are many ways you can do it. Some people use color pencils or markers and others prefer using a paintbrush and watercolors. You could also draw the flower realistically with simple geometric shapes. Whatever the method, roses have been well-loved for centuries because they look so beautiful against any background and they smell really good too! This tutorial will show you how to draw a realistic looking rose in ten steps.

Step- 1

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You will need a compass to draw a circle. Make your circle the size of your rose. Now, draw a “U” shape in the middle of the circle as shown in the figure above.

Step- 2

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For the center of the rose, draw wavy and spiral lines as shown in the illustration.

Step- 3

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In the image above, you will notice new curved lines drawn in red. Try to reproduce them in your own drawing.

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The easiest step is to draw the round petals that surround the root of the rose (the ‘U’ you drew earlier in step- 1).

Step- 5

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Next, you will need to erase the circle drawn in step 1, taking care not to erase the petals of the rose. Create the stem of the rose by drawing two curved lines as shown in the image.

Step- 6

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This exercise involves drawing the outline of two smaller leaves as well as their main veins.

Step- 7

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After the design outline is complete, the rose only needs to be drawn in a realistic manner. To make the petals look more authentic, the center of the petal edges have a bit of a curve.

Step- 8

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Figure 8 shows petals in the same manner. Simply make each petal a little wavy by eliminating the round edges and you’ll have a very authentic flower.

Step- 9

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To make the leaves look more realistic, also work on their jagged edges (jagged edges) and veins. Trace the leaf edges, then the veins, as shown in the figure.

Step- 10

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Make the rose and its leaves look complete by painting them in vibrant colors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you teach yourself to draw?

Anyone capable of holding a pencil can learn how to draw. No matter what your level of natural talent is, drawing is something you can learn if you practice often. If someone believes in themselves, he or she can learn how to draw with enough motivation and dedication. There is nothing easy about taking the first step.

What should I learn first in drawing?

Drawing tutorials usually introduce you to shapes by showing you how to draw a sphere. Every object you see around you is built using either one of three different shapes or a combination of each. You can draw circles. A sphere is a circle in 3D. Square, a cube is a square in 3D.

What are the 5 basic skills of drawing?

A student needs to be able to recognize edges, understand proportions, draw from a perspective and put the thought together.

What is the best flower to draw?

The best flowers to draw are:

  • Rose.
  • Dandelion.
  • Lotus flower.
  • Hibiscus.
  • Daisy.
  • Sunflower.
  • Tulip.
  • Poppy.
Why do artists draw flowers?

Flowers are a popular subject for artists because they are pleasing to look at and offer a fun challenge as far as color and form are concerned. This is a subject you can work with without spending a fortune on props, but it has solid payoffs.

Final Words

Drawing flowers is a fun and easy way to get started with drawing. There are many different styles you can choose from when it comes to flower drawings, so there’s sure to be one that you like! You could also try adding your own style by using colored pencils or pens instead of markers.

Finally, if you’re feeling really brave, use some watercolors for even more vibrant colors in your artwork. Be creative and have fun experimenting with all the different ways that make up this beautiful art form. I hope this blog post helps you feel more confident in your art skills. It is important that we all continue to practice our skills no matter what level we are at.

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