How to Draw a Carnation Step by Step – Flower Drawing Tutorial

How to Draw a Carnation Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Flower drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw a Carnation Step by Step - Flower Drawing Tutorial

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start off by drawing the first petal. The central petal has an irregular shape, created using a serrated wavy line. Then wrap the equally wavy petals on all sides of the first petal.

Step 2

Continue to wrap the petals around the center of the flower. Use a serrated, wavy line for each.

Step 3

Next, you draw the sepals, the bulbous green part to attach the flower to the stem. First, draw a “W” below the flower. Stretch a curve from the edge of the letter “W”, then fold it in half to itself to meet the flower.

Step 4

Start drawing the petals of the second flower. Use a wavy jagged line to surround the irregular shape of the central petal. Then use the same lines to surround the additional petals on all sides of the first shape.

Step 5

Continue to draw more petals along the edges of the flower, using jagged, wavy lines to surround each of the petals.

Step 6

Draw a “W” shaped curve below the flower. Paste a “U” shaped line below it to form a calyx.

Step 7

Stretch a pair of narrow, parallel lines equally spaced from the bottom of each sepals. Concatenate each set of lines at the end with a short paragraph. These are flowers. Note that the trunks are inclined at opposite angles, and that they cross each other at the bottom.

Step 8

Remove part of the stem to draw the leaflets. Extend the curves up from the bottom part of the trunk. Connect them at the ends with a “W” shaped curve across the trunk.

Step 9

Draw small leaves extending from the trunk. For each leaf, use two curves and let them meet at a point. Draw another curve down the center of the leaf to show the texture.

Step 10

Color your carnations. These flowers are often found in pink, white, purple, red, and even green. Then check out our other cartoon tree tutorials.

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