How To Draw A pink Rose Step by Step

How To Draw A pink Rose easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Flower Drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How To Draw A pink Rose

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel : Marcello Barenghi

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

Step 1

To start, draw a large oval that will serve as the general shape of your rose. Inside this oval, draw a very small circle that will be the center of the rose. The easiest way to draw a rose is to start from the middle and work your way up.

Step 2

Inside the smaller circle, draw a few diagonal lines that will be the most central and compact part of the flower.

Step 3

All these lines crossing each other will create the effect that the rose petals inside are tightly packed together.

Step 4

There really isn’t a single method for drawing rose petals. Like I said, there is a learning curve involved in making them look realistic. The best way to draw them is to look at a photo, or a real rose, and copy it as close as possible.

Step 5

To create a realistic rose, we need to stretch the petals from the center, facing out. Each petal is overlapped by the next (think shingles on a house).

Step 6

When drawing your rose petals, keep in mind that they will get larger as they move away from the center. Continue drawing the petals larger and larger until they start to touch the outside of the first circle you drew. See photo on the left.

Step 7

Continue drawing larger petals on top of each other until you have a fully formed rose. Keep in mind that the larger petals usually fold outwards.

As you can see, there’s usually one or two petals sticking out of your rose further than the rest.

Step 8

You should now have a fully drawn rose. The only thing left to do is add some shade between the petals to give your rose a bit of a splash and add body. And that’s it!

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