With the help of the lesson on how to draw a pretty flower, you will learn useful skills. This guide consists of just nine easy steps.
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to draw a pretty flower. Each flower is beautiful in its own way and this flower is no exception. I am sure you will enjoy this tutorial and follow it easily. The flower consists of several elements – the stem, leaves, petals, and stamens. As you can see, everything is very simple. You can easily cope with this task, even if you have never drawn flowers before.
In this picture, the flower is painted in a delicate beige color. You can use the same shade or choose another color that you like better, such as pink or yellow. It will be very beautiful and realistic if you make a smooth transition between different shades. That is, the inner part of the petal is lighter, and at the edges, there is a brighter saturated color.
Now get all the supplies you need ready and tune in to the creative process.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Pretty Flower
- Draw one large petal.
Determine the location and size of the flower and depict an oval.
- Add the second petal.
Sketch out another circle a little higher.
- Depict the third petal.
Add the third petal to the side using a smooth, rounded line.
- Draw the fourth petal.
Depict a rounded line between the petals to make the fourth petal.
- Depict the last petal.
Repeat the previous step and draw the last petal at the very top with a smooth line.
- Sketch out the stamens.
In the center of the flower, draw some short lines and draw small circles on each line.
- Draw the stem and leaves.
Depict a vertical line for the stem and add two leaves on the sides.
- Add details.
Using thin lines, draw veins on the petals and leaves.
- Color the drawing.
Color the inflorescence in beige and color the leaves green.
Try drawing a beautiful bouquet in a vase. Let it be in several different colors. Make your drawing vibrant and rich. For your convenience, I have prepared a short version of the lesson in PDF format. You can download this file for free and return to the lesson at any time, even if there is no Internet access.