From ancient times to this day, the rose flower is often found in murals, tapestries, and furniture. The artists carefully draw every petal, every bend. The easiest way to draw a rose is with a pencil on paper.
It is necessary
- Hard pencil;
Sketch the basic shapes of the bud. You should end up with an egg-like ellipse.
Draw the stem with straight lines.
Draw an S-shaped, curved line to the left of the bud. It will be a teardrop-shaped petal.
In the front and back, add the petals with arched lines.
Add sharp leaves to the base of the bud on the right and left.
Replace the rough lines with thinner and more graceful ones. Go over the drawing with an eraser so that only barely visible outlines remain from the bud.
Erase all excess stains (fingerprints, pencil marks, etc.).
Erase the pencil lines to make them faintly visible.
Give the flower volume with shading. Use crosshatches to add contrast to the value.