15 Tutorials That Will Help You Learn How to Draw Flowers

Flowers are beautiful and delicate they`re pleasant to the eyes, pleasant to our senses. There is no wonder that a lot of artists tend to make flowers as subjects. Whether it’s photography, videos, paintings and drawings, flowers are present. Flowers are also highly popular for artists due to their different meaning.

Drawing a flower can vary with the challenge level. Since there are thousands of species of flowers, their appearances varies a great deal and sure enough, how the subject looks like could affect how the artist draws it. The following article contains no less than 15 ways on how to create a garden of beautiful flower in drawings, stay tuned and share your valuable feedback in the comment section below.

1. HOW TO DRAW A WATER LILY

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Water lilies are among the most delicate looking flowers. Two ways on how you can draw it follows. First column represents the top view where one can see the structure of the whole flower while the next one is side view with a bit of stem.

2. HOW TO DRAW A SIMPLE ROSE

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Roses are among the most common but most beautiful flowers out there. These are also the most common subjects of art and they can be hard to draw due to the many layers of petals. Nonetheless, this “doughnut” trick can help.

3. DRAWING A MORE ELABORATE ROSE

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Here’s another rose drawing tutorial. This time, it has a more elaborate look; exactly how a rose looks like in real life. You can easily draw this by creating a big circle which will be your guide on how big the rose is. Draw a round swirly shape somewhere in the right part of the circle and this will serve as the center point of your rose.

4. HOW TO DRAW POPPIES

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Drawing poppies are also common flowers in art, great symbols. There are different ways on how you can draw this flower but the best part is by coloring it, making sure that the shades are suitable thus creating depth.

5. COOL DAISY TUTORIAL

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Here’s a great way of drawing a daisy that can be embraced with little ones, it contains an easy trick to make sure each petal is symmetrical.

6. HOW TO DRAW A LILY

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Lilies are rather elegant,  elongated with beautiful and soft petals, a beautiful and spectacular  feature that you have to capture in your drawing; a tutorial that will help you follows.

7. DRAW YOUR OWN ROSES

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Another tutorial on how you can draw a more subtle and beautiful rose; creating layers of petals are key.

8. HOW TO DRAW DAFFODILS

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If you’re looking for an easy flower tutorial that you can teach your kids, here’s one.

9. BEAUTIFUL BUDDING ROSES

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If you find it hard to make a blooming rose, you can start with a rose bud. It’s easy but you still have to get the layers of petals.

10. EASY LILY OF THE VALLEY DRAWING TUTORIAL

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Lily of the Valley may not be a common flower to draw, but you can also learn how to draw one with this step by step tutorial.

11. EASY FLOWER DRAWING TUTORIALS FOR KIDS

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Tulips are probably the easiest flower to draw so it’s a good subject for younger kids and beginners.

12. REAL FLOWERS AS REFERENCE GUIDE

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If it’s hard to find a reference, you can always get a real flower and make it your guide. This is actually better as you can learn how to draw the right shape and color the right shades.

13. EASY LILY DRAWING TUTORIAL

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Drafting is not just for drawing people or animals, you can also use a guide to draw a flower. For example, this lily is done by creating a big circle with lines across it. The lines will help you with the proportion of the petals.

14. HOW TO DRAW A CALLA

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You can create a calla by creating the right curves of the petal and a long slender stem.

15. HOW TO DRAW CONE FLOWERS

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Here’s an in-depth tutorial on how you can draw a cool cone flower.

What do you think about the ways on how to create a garden expressed above? We would love to hear from you in the comment section below !

Nicole Tingson

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