Tulip Flower Drawing
When drawing a tulip, draw the outside petals, the inner petals, and the right-hand tulip. I have to admit I’ve been neglecting my little Hads, when it comes to doing these posts. I’ve been feeling so bad, I had to make sure it was one she would love. Flowers are right up that alley. Tulips are large cup-shaped flowers that grow on tall smooth stems. They can grow to 4 inches tall. The bloom of a tulip has 3 petals, and the inside of the flower has three black stamens (the pollen makers in flowers.) The plants have long skinny leaves that are waxy when touched. Tulips can have as many as 12 leaves, but the normal is 2 to 6. Natural landscape Art Tulip Artwork Flower Inspirational Art (8”X10” Canvas Picture) One Group of 6 art Paintings Mural for Bedroom Kitchen Wall Art Print Poster Office Home Decor No Frame. Join Prime to save $4.20 on this item. Get it as soon as Thu, Apr 15.
Tulip Flower Drawings
Most likely, each of us drew the beautiful lily flower or Tulip flower, but your drawing technique can be improved. Try this step-by-step method of drawing and you will be able to draw a Lily Flower easily and correct.
To begin, draw a small circle for the bud of a lily flower and then attach to it a long line for the stalk.
In the second step, we need to draw simple contours for the petals of this flower. To do this, draw seven initial lines (not necessarily symmetric) using curved lines that will determine the final shape of lily petals.
Now draw the contours of lily petals.
Now we'll add even more detail to the final contours of each petal. It is time to erase the initial contours of the inside marks for petals.
Move on to drawing the lilies stem and pointed leaves of varying size and quantity.
At this point, we are almost done with the steps to drawing a lily flower. You can add shadows to the petals where the light does not hit the flower directly.
The lily pattern is complete and you need only to color flower with crayons or even watercolor. Note, the leaves are different shades of green.
In this video, we will to draw a lily flower step by step.
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In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a simple tulip drawing using only a few curved lines. The shape of the flower is quite easy to duplicate, but adding all these great effects (lights, shadows, lines, colors) can be a little bit more challenging.
Be careful when drawing tulips. You can easily end up with something that looks like a rose. To create a beautiful tulip, please note that this flower has only a few petals (while roses have many). The petals of a tulip are also less curly. Let's draw one like the one below and see how it goes! :)
Cool! First, you need to draw the petals and the peduncle. You can use multiple curved lines to create this flower. Tulips are not symmetrical, but you can still use this technique to save some time! :)
Next, you can add some lines on the three most important petals. Make sure that these lines are pointed and slightly thinner than the outlines.
Then, simply add some plain colors inside the petals and the peduncle. These colors are not definitive. They might change as we are adding more layers and more effects on this cartoon tulip.
Use the gradient fill tool to add a second color on each shape. As you can see below, most shapes are darker on the bottom and lighter on top. Petals on the back also needs to be darker.
In this step, all lines added inside the petals are colored differently since the previous color was too dark. You can also add transparency to make sure that the middle part of all lines is partially invisible.
Time to add some shadows! In this step, new shapes must be added to create darker areas. These shapes are currently marked with blue outlines. You can also use transparency to partially hide the top of these elements.
Using the same technique, you can now add lighter areas and use transparency to hide the bottom of these shapes. Don't hesitate to compare the previous step with this one to see the difference.
This is your final tulip drawing!
That's it! This cute tulip drawing is now done! You can also try more flowers if you want to. You can either draw a beautiful cherry blossom, a simple hibiscus or a sunny sunflower. Enjoy! :)
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Tulip Flower Drawing With Colour
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