Learn how to draw a great looking Jasmine Flower with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Jasmine Flower.
Would you like to grow a garden of sweet-smelling flowers? Now you can draw one! Use this easy, step-by-step jasmine flower drawing guide to get started.
Jasmine is a flower known for its exotic, sweet scent. The smell is often used in candles or perfumes. It is also an ingredient in some herbal teas. You can learn how to draw a teacup full of jasmine tea here.
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Most jasmine flowers are simple and star-shaped. There are over 200 varieties of jasmine. The flowers are typically white or yellow, but occasionally they are pink.
Like many beautiful flowers, jasmine has become a popular name. You can check out one of the most famous characters who shares a name with this flower in this Princess Jasmine from Disney's Aladdin drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Jasmine Flower
How to Draw a Great Looking Jasmine Flower for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the cartoon jasmine flower outline by drawing the flower's center. Use a series of small, narrow, "U" shaped lines to enclose a round shape. Then, begin enclosing the petals around it, using two curved lines for each.
Easy Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw two more petals until they total four in number. Texture the center of the flower with "U" shaped lines. Then, draw pollen-bearing anthers extending from the flower's center. Each anther is a small teardrop shape on the end of a curved line.
Easy Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw more anthers extending from the flower's center. Then draw the "Y" shaped stem using pairs of curved lines. At the tip of the adjacent stem, begin drawing another blossom, using two curved lines for its large petal.
Easy Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the center of the flower, using "U" shaped lines to enclose a round shape. Then draw three more overlapping petals around the flower center for a total of four petals.
Easy Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw anthers in the second flower, using a curved line and a small teardrop shape for each. Extend the stem still farther, forming another "Y" shape. At its tip, use a curved line to enclose yet another petal.
Easy Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 6
6. Use "U" shaped lines to enclose part of the flower's center visible just above the petal. Then, use curved lines to enclose the remaining three petals.
Easy Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw anthers in the previous flower, using a curved line and a small teardrop shape for each. Then, draw a flower bud that has not yet opened. Use overlapping curved lines to sketch the base of the flower and its petals.
Add More Details to Your Jasmine Flower Picture - Step 8
8. Extend curved lines from the stem. These will become the veins of leaves. Enclose the leaves around them, using two curved lines that meet at a point for each leaf.
Complete the Outline of Your Jasmine Flower Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete the final leaf, outlining it with curved lines that meet at a point. Then, extend curved lines from each leaf vein, indicating smaller veins.
Color Your Jasmine Flower Drawing
Your cartoon jasmine flower outline is now complete. Color your picture. Jasmine flowers are usually white, but they may also be yellow or pink.
For more great flower drawing tutorials, see the collection of Easy Flower Drawings for Kids.
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