Today, in a few easy steps, you will learn how to draw a rose with a pencil. This step-by-step guide is very simple and helpful.
I suggest you complete a new, exciting lesson in which you will learn how to draw a rose with a pencil. With the help of a simple step-by-step guide, you will improve your artistic abilities and the skills you will be able to apply in the future.
Now I will show you how to draw a rose with a pencil. There are many ways to draw roses. I hope you enjoy the method presented in this step-by-step guide.
With the help of a simple instruction, you can easily draw a rose and be satisfied with the result. Here is a lush bud where you can see some petals. The stem has a natural curved shape, there is a small leaf on the side.
During the lesson, take your time and follow all the steps in sequence. Freehand lines are allowed in this lesson. For example, you can slightly change the shape of the petals or the arrangement of the leaf on the stem.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Rose With a Pencil
- Draw the base of the bud.
Determine the size of the flower and draw an oval in the shape of an egg.
- Depict one bottom petal.
Use some smooth, curved lines to depict the bottom petal.
- Add the edge of the petal on the other side.
On the left side, draw smooth, curved lines to depict the bottom petal.
- Sketch out the middle of the bud.
Use a smooth line in the form of a spiral.
- Draw the receptacle and sepals.
Add a curved line to depict the receptacle, and add thin sepals around the edges.
- Depict the stem.
Use jagged lines to depict the thin stem. Draw the section of the stem below.
- Sketch out the leaf.
On the left side, draw one pointed leaf.
- Correct inaccuracies.
At this stage, compare your drawing with my example and correct inaccuracies if necessary.
- Color the rose.
Choose any color for the drawing.
If you wish, you can draw a few more roses. If you want to draw roses in a vase, you will get a great still life. At the end of the lesson, I suggest you download the PDF file, in which you will find a brief instruction and additional useful materials. Save this file and use as needed.