With this very easy step by step tutorial on how to draw an iris you will learn how to draw this beautiful flower.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw an iris. Iris has dense leaves and large, thin petals. The color of the petals varies depending on the type of plant. The most common colors are violet and blue; yellow, pink, beige and burgundy irises are much less common. The petals can be monochromatic and can also have several shades, for example, the petal is lighter at the base, and brighter at the edge.
I hope that you enjoy drawing this lovely flower and that you will quickly complete this tutorial, even if you have not drawn flowers before. In order to get a good result, carefully follow all the stages of drawing and use my tips.
You can use the recommended shades to color the iris, or you can get creative and choose a different color of your choice. So, if you are ready, then you can start the lesson.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw an Iris
- Draw two petals.
Using a smooth line, depict two petals of the same shape as shown in the example.
- Add the rest of the petals.
Sketch out two more petals of the same shape.
- Depict the inside of the flower.
Add stamens in the center of the flower.
- Draw the stem and leaves.
Sketch out a long line and add some leaves.
- Add two petals of the second flower.
Step down a little and draw two small petals with a smooth wavy line.
- Draw more petals.
In this step, add two more petals of the same shape.
- Draw the inside of the flower.
Depict the stamens in the center of the second flower.
- Add details.
Draw the stem and add leaves. Sketch out small veins on the petals.
- Color the iris.
Use green and lilac or any other color.
These skills will come in handy when you want to paint a beautiful still life. You can draw some more irises and paint them in different colors. Try different options, paint the petals in a solid color, or make smooth transitions. Develop your creative imagination and try new things.
If you want to repeat this lesson, then download the PDF file below. This will allow you to complete the lesson at any time, even if there is no Internet access.
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