How To Draw A Rose For Kids…
How to draw a rose for kids…
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Follow these 9 simple steps shown above, watch this short video below, or keep reading to see how to draw a rose for kids in as little steps as possible.
A rose with all its intricate detailing of the petals might seem hard to draw. This is especially true for kids, who do not know how to go about drawing a flower as intricate as a rose. This easy tutorial from buzzle will break down how to draw a rose for kids or even beginners. It can be very difficult for a kid to sketch a rose by looking at a real rose which a three dimensional object, therefore a step by step approach to sketching this beautiful flower is recommended.
One of the easiest way to draw a rose for kids is by the swirl method. Given below are the step by step instructions for drawing a rose using this method.
1. In this method, first you need to draw a swirl pattern on the paper with a HB pencil. A swirl pattern is nothing but a spiral pattern, but its shape is more oval than round.
Make sure that the swirl pattern is oval in shape and is clearly defined.
2. Once you are done drawing the swirl pattern, sketch the petals of the rose by drawing an S shape from the extreme left of the swirl towards the point which will form the bottom of the drawn flower.
Draw a backward S shape from the farthest point of the swirls pattern in the right.
3. Make sure that both the S shapes that you have just drawn meet an inch or so below the center point of the earlier swirl pattern that you have drawn.
You will notice that the outline of the rose is emerging. Next draw a curved line on the left from the center point of the lower most petal. Join the curved line with another smaller curved line so that it looks like a petal.
Draw another curved line from the lower center point of the rose towards the right hand side to meet the backward S shape that you had drawn earlier.
4. Connect the edges of the swirl that you had drawn earlier by sketching small vertical straight lines.
Draw a long stem, starting from the lower mid point of the rose. Make sure that the stem is a little curved to give it a more realistic look.
Draw two leaves on each side of the petal making sure that the leaves are smaller than the rose you have just drawn.
Finally, shade one side of the rose with short pencil strokes and also sketch the veins of the leaves. Your rose is done!