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Thursday, April 21, 2011

How to Draw Tulips, a Beginners Drawing Lesson.

This printable drawing worksheet is simple to follow and the young artist will be able to make a beautiful picture. Tulips are an all time favorite and they are easy to draw, but you might like to do a few practice drawings first. 

Free How to Draw Tulips Worksheet. 
To print just highlight and send to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above.

Start drawing lightly with a circle. Above the circle draw an oval positioned horizontally, and connect the circle and the oval with some vertical lines. Tulips have 6 petals that form the flower; three on the inside and three outside. Draw these simply with curved lines. Only the top of the petals on the back side of the flower is showing and they are drawn with a few short curved lines.

The stem is the easiest to draw it is just straight lines up and down. The leaves are almost like blades of grass but wider and bigger, sometimes they curve out and down or are twisted.

You can choose almost any color to color your tulips.

Don't forget to put the soil and shade underneath and something in the background to make it look like a garden.

Shade the tulip flowers slightly so the petals look round.  

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