Flowers are a great subject for beginner artists, but also for professionals. Their symmetrical characteristics make them a fun exercise, whether for a personal project or an exercise to learn to juxtapose overlapping shapes.
Method 1 of 9: Draw a sunflower
Step 1. Draw a large circle
Then draw a smaller circle in the middle.
Step 2. Draw the stem and leaves on each side
Step 3. Draw an elongated heart shape for the petal
Step 4. Repeat the previous step
Draw more hearts until you have completely covered the edge of the inner circle.
Step 5. Add more petals
This will cover the empty spaces at the tips.
Step 6. Draw intersecting diagonal lines
They pass inside the small circle.
Step 7. Add the details of the leaves and stem
Step 8. Color the drawing
Method 2 of 9: Draw a rose with its stem
Step 1. Draw a curved line
Sketch another slightly larger one below the first one. Continue until you have drawn three similar shapes.
Step 2. Draw a curved vertical line
It represents the stem. Add a leaf to one side.
Step 3. Sketch the outline of the rose
Start adding the petals. Use a U shape first.
Step 4. Sketch the petals
They should appear to overlap from the first U.
Step 5. Add the petals to the second U
Step 6. Use the last U to guide you
Sketch petals similar to the first and second U.
You can now add as many petals as you want to create a more beautiful rose.
Step 7. Draw the sepal with sharp angles
Step 8. Add thorns to the stem
Instead, draw sharp angles. Add details to the leaf of the rose and don't forget the little teeth on the edge.
Step 9. Color your drawing
Method 3 of 9: Draw a rose without the stem
Step 1. Make a circle for the inner edge of the flower
Step 2. Add two more circles for the outer edge of the petals
Step 3. Add coarser shapes for the petals
Step 4. Draw the final lines
Step 5. Color the design and add shadows and defining lines
Step 6. Finish your rose
Method 4 of 9: Draw a daffodil
Step 1. Draw an oval for the outer edge of the leaves
Add two parallel lines to connect the parallel lines at the bottom as shown in the picture.
Step 2. Draw a smaller connected oval at the top of the parallel lines
This will be the top of the flower.
Step 3. Create a sketch of the flower and leaves
Follow the example in the illustration.
Step 4. Add the final lines of the flower and leaves
Step 5. Draw shadows and defining lines
Then color the flower.
Method 5 of 9: Draw a cosmos flower
Step 1. Sketch a circle
Step 2. Draw another circle in the middle
Step 3. Sketch the petals all around the larger circle
They should be almost the same size and shape.
Step 4. Draw a line for the rod
Step 5. Draw semicircles around the smaller circle
This will create a flower-shaped structure. Then you can add something to it in the middle.
Step 6. Draw the basic outline of the petals
The petals on the front should stand out clearly above the petals on the back.
Step 7. Draw the outline of the larger circle and the stem
Step 8. Color the flower
Method 6 of 9: Draw a tulip
Step 1. Sketch a circle for the flower
Also draw a long, curved line for the stem.
Step 2. Add guide lines for the petals and leaves
Draw two petals on the front and another on the back of the two petals to have three in total. The leaves of the tulip are long and they are not straight, which is why the guide lines should be curved lines.
Step 3. Sketch the lines of the sepal and the leaves
Step 4. Draw the basic outline of the flower, sepal and stem
Step 5. Outline the basic outline of the leaves
Step 6. Add more details
Draw lines on the leaves and petals for a better result.
Step 7. Color the tulip
Method 7 of 9: Draw a simple daisy
Step 1. Start the outline with a small circle
Step 2. Draw a larger circle
Shape it into a disk to remember the basic outline of the daisy each time you draw one.
Step 3. Start by drawing the lines in the middle of the small circle
Step 4. Draw the petals with two lines, up and down
Always start drawing opposite petals.
Step 5. Draw more petals on the horizontal axis
Step 6. Continue to draw petals with the same technique
Step 7. Finish drawing the petals
Step 8. Erase the guide lines and color the flower
Step 9. Add a background color
Method 8 of 9: Draw a basic flower
Step 1. Draw a small circle in the middle of the page
Step 2. Draw a larger circle
Its center should be the same as that of the small circle.
Step 3. Draw the flower petals with curved lines
Use the circles to guide you.
Step 4. Draw the petals around the circle
Step 5. Draw more petals on the empty space of the circle
They do not all have to be the same length.
Step 6. Draw the stem and leaves
Use curved lines.
Step 7. Add details to make it more realistic
Step 8. Trace with a pencil and erase unnecessary lines
Step 9. Color according to your preferences
Method 9 of 9: Draw a cartoon flower
Step 1. Draw a vertical oval
Under the oval, draw a thin rectangle that will serve as a stem for the flower.
Step 2. Draw two curves on the oval
One of them is on the left and the other is on the right.
Step 3. Draw lines at the bottom of the oval
They start at the bottom of the oval and go in all four directions. Also draw a curved loop at the bottom of the oval.
Step 4. Draw curves connected to the lines
This will form the petals of the flower.
Step 5. Draw curves starting from the top
These lines at the top of the oval look like a bud.
Step 6. Draw another petal
Follow the same principle and add the same lines along the oval.
Step 7. Add details with the pen
Erase unnecessary lines.