Easy Rose Drawing
Because roses have irregularly wrapped petals, drawing them can be difficult; one solution is to draw a rose that is still in bloom, with only a few petals and a simple side view.
Pencil. Ticonderoga brand pencils are the most reliable, make nice dark lines when you need them, and are the easiest to erase. Buying the pre-sharpened ones will save busy teachers a lot of time. Eraser. Large erasers that you can hold in your hand do a much better job than pencil tip erasers, especially when erasing leftover pencil lines after tracing.
How to Draw a Rose Start with the large right petal. Add the left petal behind the right. Draw the tops of two more petals. Add the stem below the petals. Start the left leaves with the stem. Draw the leaves at each end. Trace with marker and color.
How do you draw a small rose Easy?
- Draw the large right petal.
- Add the left petal behind the right.
- Draw the tops of two more petals.
- Draw the stem below the petals.
- Start the left leaves with the stem.
- Draw the leaves at each end.
How do you color roses?
- Pick some of the leaves off your roses.
- Trim each stem to about 10u2032u2032 long.
- If you want rainbow roses, split the stem open in 3u2032u2032 long sections with the razor knife.
- Pour water into your water cups, then add food coloring.
- Place the cups next to each other.