In this simple lesson you will learn how to draw a hibiscus flower step by step. Repeat the steps and you will get great results.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a hibiscus flower. Undoubtedly, you will enjoy this creative activity, and you will acquire useful skills.
The hibiscus flower has five thin bright petals, a large pistil, and stamens. The shape of the petals is about the same, so you can easily draw this flower.
The color of the petals can be different – red, pink, yellow, white, blue, lilac. To color the flower, you can use the same color as in the example, or use any other color of your choice.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Hibiscus Flower
- Draw the first petal.
Using a smooth, slightly wavy line, draw one petal of the same shape as in the example.
- Depict the second petal.
On the left, add another petal.
- Add the third petal.
On the side, draw another petal using a smooth wavy line.
- Draw the fourth petal.
Depict a smooth line at the bottom to get a closed loop, this will be the fourth petal.
- Sketch out the last petal.
Draw the fifth petal with a smooth line.
- Depict the pistil.
Draw smooth lines from the middle of the flower and add a small circle at the top.
- Sketch out stamens.
Draw small round stamens along the edges of the pistil.
- Add details.
Add an outline where the color of the petals will be different.
- Color the hibiscus flower.
You will need pink and red for the petals and yellow for the pistil and stamens.
By tradition, I have created a PDF file with a short version of the lesson for your convenience. Download the file so that you can repeat the lesson at any convenient time, even if you do not have Internet access.