There is no doubt that roses are among the most popular and beautiful flowers, often regarded as a symbol of love. The petals of roses are made up of layers upon layers. The whole construction needs to be shaded one by one after they have been added carefully.
A sketching sheet of paper, a pencil, eraser, sharpener, a hard pencil, a medium-soft pencil (2B or slightly below), and a soft pencil (5B or below) is necessary to draw a rose.
In addition to constantly changing shape as the rose grows, it also poses the most basic question for artists: How will it be formed? A rose requires some sensitivity and skill since it is a soft and delicate object.
Create an oval by drawing a line through the center.
Inside the circle, add a little circle.
Inside the oval, draw a big V.
Make a spiral by using a small circle. Get started with the petals.
Add curvy petals to the remainder of the oval.
At the bottom of the rose, you should add three large petals.
The stem should be thick.
The stem should have diamond-shaped leaves and thorns.
You will need to draw lines between the leaves and petals.
The ink should be applied to the drawing.
You can color this rose any color you want.
Draw an oval shape to begin your rose drawing. No matter how perfect it appears, nature never is. The rose will look good no matter how you draw it.
The oval should be enclosed by a spiral. It does not matter in which direction the spiral goes or how many turns there are.
In the center of the spiral, sketch a heart starting at the top, so that the heart cleft touches the oval shape. It is not necessary for the right and left sides of the heart to have the same shape. In addition to the oval shape, the rest of the heart doesn’t need to touch, but it’s okay if they do.
Begin at the top and draw a nice curve following the heart shape (like a very loose letter S). Next, draw a V-shaped point. Bring it all the way down.
Draw the line so that it touches the previous shape on the other end of the heart. This time, do not include the pointed tip.
You will now need to draw a U-shaped line. Is it possible for you to see the bloom of your rose as you draw it?
Details are needed. Create a curved line between the V tip and the bottom of the blossom. If your heart doesn’t touch the oval on the sides, put two lines connecting the oval to the heart.
The underside of the flower should contain a few sepals.
A leaf and a stem should be drawn.
Your rose drawing should be colored.
In the center of your page, draw an oval with open sides. If you erase the right-hand quarter of the oval, you will effectively make it an oval.
Draw an arc whose ends touch the left and bottom sides of the open oval, within which you should draw a smaller arc.
Create the first petal by overlapping three arcs. Their shape will be similar to that of a bumpy circle.
Now, create more petals by making swooping lines. The smaller petal must be attached to your upper right corner. A large curve will encircle the bottom left corner of your drawing, attaching to the first curve.
Note that by allowing one line to extend into the center of each petal, the detail of the fold can be created.
Embrace the bottom left corner of the drawing with another curved line petal. You can see that each petal has a different size.
On the upper right, draw another petal using curved lines. Make the upper line extend to create a fold in the petals.
On the bottom left, draw a smaller petal by curving one line.
Make one curved line at the bottom right to form a petal.
The upper right petal should be formed by one curved line.
The bottom right petal should be formed with one curved line.
The upper left portion of the flower can be filled in with another petal by adding one curved line.
Add a little detail now. Draw a curved line between two-thirds of the way up each of the five outer petals, radiating outwards from the center of the flower. Depth is achieved with these lines.
The inner petals should continue to be detailed. From the center of the flower, you can draw a curved line or two towards the edge of the petal.
At the upper left corner of the flower, draw two lines to form a curved triangle. A triangular leaflet is formed by overlapping two more lines, slightly.
The flower should have three additional leaflets drawn on it. The leaflets should be drawn opposite each other.
Outline the leaflets between the leaflets. Draw an arc to indicate one leaf side. For the second leaf side, draw an S-curve loosely. Then do the same for three more leaves. Arrange them evenly around the flower.
Each central vein in a leaf is formed by beginning a curving line at the tip of the leaf and connecting it to the petal at its center.
Leaves should have veins. Create three to seven lines radiating from the leaf edge to the central vein of each leaf half.
Remove any stray marks from your drawing and color the flower.
Create an oval.
Two curves must be added to the picture.
Connect the bottom to the top.
There will be two petals added. Discard the inner line.
A swirl should be created.
The line should be deleted and details added.
You should make the stem curvy.
For the finishing touch, add leaves and thorns.
The outline should be marked and colored.
Our first step will be to draw a small, wide heart. Within this heart is the rose bulb’s center. A second heart will be drawn following that, but this one will be longer and narrower. The top center of the heart will also be positioned off to one side, so that it will have a more natural appearance, as opposed to being perfectly symmetrical.
From the center of the larger heart, we will define the center petals. Keeping the heart side edge in mind, we will draw each petal. Similarly, the opposite side will start on the first stroke and are going to mirror it a little above the center point. We will then draw lines across the heart in a curved motion and from the small heart down.
After drawing an elongated ellipse, extend the line from the bottom of the bigger heart until it touches the ellipse at the bottom. The center of the rose will be drawn similarly to the first round rose. Then we will begin with the outer petals, and for the first one, we will draw an uneven line from the bottom. If you want a fluid look, go down from the top of the bigger heart.
In order to make an overall symmetrical flower head, we will draw uneven shapes on both sides and at the top of the second outer petal. We will use this shape to guide us as we ink the rose. We will use organic lines on the edges, especially, to give it a petal-like appearance.
It makes a cute detail adding little dots to the top-center of the petals that are totally open, and even though we are using simple shapes, it makes it look more realistic. Following that, you can sketch the stem, the sepals, and the peduncle.
Draw the leaves. To make the final rose even bigger and bolder, you can ink it or just use a softer pencil. Then, finish the drawing leaves.
Following the natural shape of the petals and what would be shaded in the rose, create texture in the leaves and details in the rose with thinner lines. A simple drawing like this can have such an impact by adding just a few lines. After the drawing is completed, you can color it with a hot pink color, rather than the classic red rose. Similarly, the leaves are a combination of two shades of green. Procreate pack includes textured brushes that used to add more interest to this digitally colored illustration.
The drawing is finished! This tutorial is a great way to learn how to draw. I hope you enjoyed it and maybe it helped you realize it’s possible to learn how to draw. It was important to me to develop something that would speed up someone’s learning and actually get them drawing. My main goal was to make the guide as useful as possible to anyone who wants to involve themselves in capturing the elegance and beauty of flowers with their photos.