How to Draw a Rose - Tattoo Art





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Published on Dec 29, 2015

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How to Draw a Rose - Tattoo Art

In this drawing I go over how to draw a rose. How to draw a flower. I try and go through it step by step. I try to put my thought on the drawing down into words. Check out the Video! :D

Roses are one of the most common flowers associated with romance, and their depictions show up everywhere—from greeting cards to comic books. When sketching rose, there are several little tricks that can make the task much simpler. All you have to do is practice, and soon you'll be able to draw a rose in a matter of moments.

Begin by drawing the center cell of the rose which is the bud in a tight wrap still. Next, sketch out the three petals that will surround the center of the rose like so.

We will add another layer of rose petals that wrap around the petals you just drew in. The more layers you draw, the bigger the petals get. Now the petals will start folding over because they are getting bigger. Sketch in three to four more rose petals like you see here with the larger one folding over Make a series of petals to form a full looking bloom. When this task is complete you will be finished with drawing a rose. Now draw the three leaves which act as a bed for the rose. The edges should be serrated or jagged in small points.

Define the leaves by sketching in the rib indents, then darken the middle line down the center of the leaves almost done, only one more step after this one. You will draw in the thorns that surround the back part of the rose. Some of the thorns are larger than others, but you can choose how big you want them.

And finally, draw in the scattered pieces of blood, debris or what have you to add a complexity to your rose tattoo design concept. You can add some dripping blood from the petals if you like as well. The finished concept looks like the drawing you see here. Now all that is left to do is color in the flower.

First, you will draw the bud. Just follow the picture exactly for this first one. Very simple lines. Finish the bid by drawing the inside and center of the flower. Draw it exactly as in the diagram. Keep in mind that a rose's center will wrap around-like a scroll drawing the petals.

Now the fun begins, and also the part which frustrates many people. Let's keep it simple. Use only 2 petal shapes. In the diagram, these are red--one is like a soft leaf shape with one point outward, the other is like the top part of a heart, two soft rounded edges. Try to imagine these as having that velvety rose texture. Repeat the 2 patterns, one after the other all the way around. Adding leaves. Don't add too many, this is also a mistake that is made.

Follow the diagram and start with 3 leaves. Leaf texture. Draw a line down the center of each leaf. Then draw the veins symmetrically as in the diagram

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