How to Draw a Hibiscus : Step by Step for Beginners – JeyRam Spiritual Art
If you want to see the tutorial being drawn in real time, click here to open it in a new tab. Feel free to use whatever tools and materials you want, but I highly recommend drawing with a pencil when you first start. Here is a video version of the tutorial if you want to see it being drawn in real time.
Step 2. Core Circle
We can start drawing the petals now that we have our guidelines and core drawn in. The key to drawing petals is to remember that the edge lines of the petal move away from the flower’s core. Our little Sun Buddy in the diagram is here to remind us of this.
Connect the line we just drew to the flower’s core. Add a curved line to the top left center line that comes down to where the edge of the last petal is. In the image below, I’m using a kneadable eraser, which is a soft eraser you can change the shape of. Take note that it’s slightly more curvy.
What are the benefits of hibiscus flower?
Hibiscus tea contains other antioxidants, such as anthocyanins, which can help boost your immune system and prevent cell damage caused by free radicals in the body, lowering your risk of developing many serious health problems like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
How do you draw a real butterfly?
In ten easy steps, learn how to draw a butterfly.
- Step 1: Draw a straight line. Step 2: Draw a circle for the Butterfly’s head. Step 3: Draw the Body Outline.
- Step 4: Draw the Eyes and Antennae.
- Step 5: Mark the Starting Point of the Wings.
- Step 6: Place the Wings.
- Step 7: Outline the Wings.
- Step 8: Draw the Markings on the Wings.