How to Draw Leaf Vines : Step by Step for Beginners – JeyRam Spiritual Art
I recommend starting with a pencil so you can make mistakes without feeling self-conscious; the key to drawing leafy vines is getting the curves to feel organic, so don’t be afraid to erase and fix lines as you go through the tutorial.
Step 2. Top Curve
Draw a line that splits off from the vine’s central stem, then add another splitting line higher up on the middle line, followed by a line that descends to the middle. Note how this leaf has a sharp tip, whereas the previous one had a round tip.
Beginners tend to make curved lines way too round and symmetrical; what you really want are areas of very round lines contrasted by lines that are more straight or only have a slight curve to them. Let’s add a big leaf towards the bottom of the vine. Notice how I drew these two lines tilted downwards while the curved line is tilted upwards.
How do you draw a simple vine?
Drawing Vines with Perfect Curved Lines
- First, draw the vines with curved lines as shown below.
- Then, fill the vines with plain colors.
- After that, we’ll use the gradient fill tool to add a second color to the darker vine.
- You can also do the same thing with the lighter vine.
How do you draw ideas?
Ideas for Drawing: Imagination
- Create an alternate cover for your favorite book or album.
- Illustrate a scene from your favorite song.
- Draw a scene or character from your favorite book.
- Illustrate your favorite fairy-tale.
- Invent your own insects.
Is an Ivy a flower?
The clustered inflorescences appear in umbrella-shaped forms, but are relatively sparse. English ivy’s fall-blooming habit means it has much less competition for the flies and bees that are its primary pollinators.