Some things are so relaxing and soothing to our eyes as watching an array of flower plants. Tulips are surely one of them.
Tulips are one of the various flower plants that exist on this planet. The structure of a tulip plant is like a bulb, also it has an underground bulb organ, that’s why it is comprehended as a bulbous plant. The scientific name of tulips is Tulipa.
These flowers are generally large, pretty, and brightly colored, usually red, pink, yellow, and white – the warm colors.
Everybody loves flowers whether they are kids or an adult. However, there’s no reason to dislike them at all.
So, here we are, bringing you the best, easiest, and most interesting drawing tutorial with a step-by-step guide on how to draw a tulip flower in just a few minutes. Each step comes with an example to make steps easy for you.
Our step-by-step guide on how to draw a tulip flower will show you how you can draw one and enjoy the artwork at the same time.
HOW TO DRAW A TULIP FLOWER — Let’s begin!
STEP 1- OUTLINE THE FLOWER
Let’s start with the outline of this beautiful flower as our first step in this guide on how to draw a tulip flower!
For this outline, we will be using rather smooth, straight lines.
Using the reference image to guide you on how the outline should look, you can draw a W-like shape with a wider space between both the long slanting lines.
Once you have outlined a tulip flower, we can start to add inner and outer features of it as we proceed forward in this guide.
STEP 2- NOW DRAW THE STEM SEGMENT
Draw a squished half circle from the left lower outer line of the ‘W’ shape to the rightmost lower line of it.
STEP 3- DRAW THE MIDDLE PETAL
Now draw two straight slightly slanting diagonals longer than the outer one inside the outline of the flower. It should meet both the downside and pointed edges.
After this, join both the upper ends of the diagonals with an irregular and bumpy line as shown in the figure.
STEP 4- DRAW A SMALL PETAL.
From this point onwards, we need to join both the outer lines to the middle ones a little below with irregular and bumpy lines.
Right above the middle part, draw two equidistant straight lines slightly outward-sloping and enclose them with an irregular line.
STEP 5- AND SOME MORE SIDE PETALS
Repeat the same process as elaborated in step 4, right above both the outer petals. Please refer to the image guide.
STEP 6- ELONGATED STEM
The next step is to draw a stem. For this, all we need to draw is an elongated line slightly inward curved from the top, right underneath the half circle.
STEP 7- NEXT, DRAW SOME LEAVES
Our stem is ready but it’s incomplete without the leaves, right? So, Let’s draw the leaves.
For this section, draw two outwardly enclosed curves wider at the bottom and narrower on the top, adjacent to the right and left sides of the stem.
The right leaf should be drawn a little more upward than the left one.
STEP 8- FINISH OFF YOUR DRAWING WITH SOME COLORS
Now it’s time for the most interesting part which is coloring. We are going to choose some shades of pink and green to give it a well-done look.
Fill up the petals with a pink shade and the stem with green. You may choose other shades of your choice but remember to make it a little like a real one.
STEP 9- GIVE SOME SHADES
You have reached the last step of your tulip drawing, and in this one, we shall shade it off with some dark color. Pick up your favorite dark pink color and start shading the middle portion of the petal.
YOUR TULIP DRAWING IS COMPLETE!
Even though you may have seen tulip flowers many times in your backyard or your school or a nursery garden, it can still be a little hard when you think to draw them.
The purpose of this super easy step-by-step guide was to make sure that anyone either a child or an adult would be able to draw this very easily and have some fun at the same moment!
List Of Equipment Used For This Drawing
- For Outline: Black Pencil and Marker – Click Here For Pencils | Click Here For Markers
- For Coloring: Colored Pencils and Colored Markers – Click Here For Colored Pencils | Click Here For Colored Markers
- Drawing Paper and Sketchbook: Mixed Media Sketchbook – Click Here For Sketchbook
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