How to Draw a Red Rose

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Introduction: How to Draw a Red Rose

In this how to, I will be guiding you step by step in the process of drawing a beautiful red rose. Be sure to see the following steps provided by myself :). All images provided by I 365 Art.

There are 9 steps in total. Some tools you will need:

-pencil/pen
-paper
-a nice eraser

If you are doing this digitally, I would suggest using a decent pen tablet for this.


Step 1: Step 1

Start off by drawing the rose petals. By the end of this tutorial, you should have about as many rose petals as in the preview picture :).

Step 2: Step 2

Remember that the rose petals are not going to look exactly alike. Add some diversity to your petals.

Step 3: Step 3

The different shapes of the rose petals are what make it such a beautiful flower.

Step 4: Step 4

Notice that my rose is beginning to appear more layered as I go.

Step 5: Step 5

This should be about the halfway mark at this point.

Step 6: Step 6

The rose is becoming a lot more fleshed and is beginning to look, well, more like a rose! Almost there!

Step 7: Step 7

This is the very last step for the actual rose. Now we move on to the leaves and stem!

Step 8: Step 8

Draw some slender and slightly pointed leaves from underneath the rose bud. 

Step 9: Step 9

For the last step, draw in your stem. And that's that! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. If you have any questions, feel free to write them below. Also, feel free to visit my daily art blog I 365 Art to see what i've been brewing lately! ;D

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12 Discussions

thanks

I learned to draw following an easy technique I found HERE.

I'm so glad that it worked! The steps were easy!

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NourM4

2 years ago

realy thankyou

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TieDIY

4 years ago

Cool! I use this all the time! Here's mine ;-D

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i will try in the old-fashioned style (pencil and paper) n_n

thanks! explicit and simple :)