Learn how to draw a great looking Hydrangea Flower with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Hydrangea Flower.
Spring is in the air! Bring the outdoors in and brighten up your room when you learn how to draw a hydrangea flower.
Hydrangea blooms are made up of many smaller, individual flowers. They grow in clusters on a shrub or bush.
Did you know? Some hydrangeas change color based on the soil they are planted in. Acidic soil will produce blue flowers, while an alkaline soil will produce pink flowers.
There are around 23 species of hydrangeas, and they are native to Asia and the Western Hemisphere.
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Their name means "water jar" in Greek because the plants like ample moisture. They can be very big, up to 15 feet tall. Today, people grow them in gardens all over the world.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Hydrangea Flower
How to Draw a Great Looking Hydrangea Flower for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing some of the hydrangea's small flowers. For each flower, use curved lines to form four petals in a four-leaf clover shape. Notice how the flowers overlap one another.
Easy Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw more blossoms, again using curved lines to form each of the four petals. Notice that one of the flowers has a different perspective - you are viewing it from the side. Make the nearest petal flat, and then draw curved lines from the three nearest petals to the adjoining flower.
Easy Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw more flowers, allowing them to overlap with the ones that are already there. Use a curved line for each of the four petals.
Easy Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw more four-petaled flowers, rounding out the ball-like shape of the flower head. Connect some of the edges with curved lines.
Easy Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 5
5. Begin texturing and detailing the flowers. Draw curved lines in a starburst shape at the center of each flower. Two lines should extend into each petal.
Easy Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 6
6. Continue drawing starburst shapes in the flower centers until all the forward-facing flowers are complete. Texture the edges of some petals with wavy curved lines.
Easy Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 7
7. Begin drawing the leaves of the hydrangea. For each leaf, start with a long curved line for the central vein. Then, outline the edges of the leaves using a series of short, curved lines that meet at jagged points. Notice that the leaves overlap one another.
Add More Details to Your Hydrangea Flower Picture - Step 8
8. Draw more leaves extending at various angles from the base of the flowers. For each, use a curved line for the vein and short lines that meet at jagged points to form the edges of the leaves.
Complete the Outline of Your Hydrangea Flower Drawing - Step 9
9. Use pairs of curved lines to draw the flower's stem. Notice how segments branch off to support the leaves.
Color Your Hydrangea Flower Drawing
Color your cartoon hydrangea flower. Most hydrangeas are white, light blue, light pink, purple, yellow, or some combination of these colors.
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