Learn how to make an easy rose drawing with a step-by-step tutorial. Flattening out the shapes makes it easier for young artists to draw.
When it comes to drawing flowers, there’s nothing that shares the sentiment of love as much as a rose does. They have come to symbolize love like no other.
The only catch to drawing roses, is that they are not nearly as simple as say, a daisy, which has all its petals spread out and is pretty easy to see. Roses, whether looking at them in profile, or top view, have lovely irregularly wrapped petals that are trickier to draw.
One solution is to draw a rose that is still in bloom, so it has just a few petals, and keep an easy side view. The layered shapes are much easier to see and draw, and young artists can spend more time adding detail to their leaves.
Or turning this into a card and writing a really lovely message inside.
- How to Draw a Rose (click for a PDF)
- Drawing paper
- Black marker
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Rose
- Draw the large right petal.
- Add the left petal behind the right.
- Draw the top of two more petals.
- Add the stem below the petals.
- Start the left leaves with the stem.
- Draw the leaves at each end,
- Start the right leaves with the stem.
- Draw the leaves at each end.
- Trace with marker and color.