Learn how to draw a great looking Wild Flower with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Wild Flower.
Would you like to learn how to draw a beautiful wildflower? This easy, step-by-step wildflower drawing tutorial will show you how.
Wildflowers may not be as straight-stemmed or showy as their cultivated garden variety cousins, but they are still very beautiful. They are also important to pollinators like the one in this monarch butterfly drawing.
Scroll down for a downloadable PDF of this tutorial.
Want to try your hand at drawing more wildflowers? Check out this wild rose drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Wild Flower
How to Draw a Great Looking Wild Flower for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the cartoon wildflower outline by drawing a tuft of grass at its base. Use curved lines that meet at jagged points. Then, above the tuft, use a series of "U" shaped lines to enclose a round shape. This marks the center of the first flower.
Easy Wild Flower Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw petals surrounding the flower's center. For each petal, extend two lines from the center, and connect them on the end with a series of "V" shaped lines.
Easy Wild Flower Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the final petal of the first flower, then sketch its stem. For the stem, use two long, parallel curved lines. Then, begin drawing the second blossom. Again, use "U" shaped lines to sketch the round center. Then draw a petal, two curved lines connected by a series of jagged lines.
Easy Wild Flower Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue drawing the ragged wildflower petals. For each, extend a pair of curved lines and connect them with a series of jagged lines. Each flower should have five petals.
Easy Wild Flower Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the stem of the second flower, again using long, curved lines. This time, however, extend a smaller pair of lines for one side of the stem. Use "U" shaped lines to enclose the round center of a flower at its tip, and begin drawing petals around it.
Easy Wild Flower Drawing - Step 6
6. Continue drawing the ragged petals until they are five in number. Then, draw the plant's leaf. Extend a pair of curved lines from the base of a stem and allow them to meet at a sharp point. Around this leaf vein, enclose the leaf using curved lines that meet at points.
Easy Wild Flower Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw more leaflets, stems, and buds, erasing as necessary. Draw a pair of leaflets on one stem, using curved lines that meet at points from each. Then, draw a small stem extending below them. Draw a star shape using "U" shaped lines beyond the stem, and connect them with an egg shape in between.
Band the egg shape with curved lines, creating a flower bud. Then, draw a smaller stem extending from the other stem as well.
Add More Details to Your Wild Flower Picture - Step 8
8. Extend curved lines from the stems to form leaf veins. Enclose jagged leaves around them.
Complete the Outline of Your Wild Flower Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw more small leaves using curved lines. Then, texture the flowers. Mark the petals with curved lines and the centers with "U" shaped lines.
Color Your Wild Flower Drawing
Your cartoon wildflower outline is now complete. The fire pink which this drawing resembles is scarlet red in color. But you can be creative and design your own wildflower in whatever shades you adore.
For more great flower drawing tutorials, see the collection of Step-by-Step Flower Drawings.
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