I invite you to a drawing lesson in which I will show you how to draw a Venus flytrap. I’m sure you’ll love this step-by-step guide.
With the help of a clear and accessible step-by-step instruction, you will learn how to draw a Venus flytrap. This is one of the most amazing plants on our planet. This carnivorous plant feeds on insects. The flycatcher can easily eat large beetles and even frogs.
The Venus flytrap has two flaps, on the edges of which there are long thin spikes. This plant produces a fragrant nectar that easily attracts insects. When the insect crawls into the trap, its flaps close and the digestion process begins.
The Venus flytrap grows in swampy and wet areas, and exotic lovers grow the Venus flytrap at home as an interior decoration. In this illustration, a Venus flytrap is depicted in a flower pot.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Venus Flytrap
- Draw the bottom and side outline of the pot.
Depict a straight horizontal line and draw two straight lines upwards from it.
- Add the top outline of the pot.
Draw an elongated rectangle at the top.
- Sketch out the stem.
With the help of the main lines, depict the thin stem.
- Add one leaf of the plant.
Draw the ellipse shape at the top of the stem.
- Draw the bottom flap.
At the bottom, depict another elliptical shape and add the bottom outline.
- Depict the pointed spikes.
Draw the spikes in the form of small triangles on the lower sash.
- Add the leaves.
Using smooth, curved lines, depict the leaves on each side of the stem.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, you will need light brown, green and pink.
As usual, I prepared a PDF file with a simplified version of the lesson in advance. Rather, download the file so that you can return to this lesson at any time and repeat it, even if there is no Internet access.