In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a four-leaf clover. This herb is very rare compared to the common three-leaf clovers.
Of course, this tutorial on how to draw a four-leaf clover can be used to draw a three-leaf version of the clover. To do this, you will need to depict this plant exactly as shown in the steps below, but without the fourth leaf.
This herb has a very symmetrical appearance, and in order not to be mistaken in proportion and symmetry, I advise you to look at your drawing in the mirror from time to time.
Looking in the mirror at the sketch, you can find all the mistakes in time and correct them. You can also distance the drawing from yourself from time to time. It will also help you find any mistakes you have made.
So, enough theory. It’s time to start practicing!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Four-Leaf Clover
- Draw the first leaf.
Clover leaves look like cartoon hearts.
- Draw a second leaf.
It should be exactly the same size as the first leaf of the clover.
- Add the third leaf.
This leaf should be positioned mirrored in relation to the first leaf.
- Add the fourth leaf.
All four leaves should spread evenly from the center to the sides.
- Draw the stem.
First sketch the side lines then the bottom edge with one short line.
- Make the finishing touches.
Using smooth short lines, connect all the leaves to each other.
- Erase the guidelines.
Then you can outline the clover drawing with darker and sharper lines.
- Color the clover.
Just color your clover green like in my example.
So, this was a four-leaf clover drawing lesson created especially for kids and beginners. Don’t forget to download the PDF version of the tutorial, which contains the steps you saw above, a coloring page, tracing worksheet, and grid drawing worksheet.