Learn how to draw a great looking Anatomical Heart with Flowers with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Anatomical Heart with Flowers.
Would you like to learn how to draw an anatomical heart with flowers?
You can use it to spice up your science project or say "I love you" in a unique way.
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Interestingly, the realistic human heart bears little resemblance to the heart shape.
Did you know? Sometimes images like this one are used to mean love or friendship or to demonstrate how our bodies return to the dirt after death - feeding flowers and becoming a part of nature.
See also, Art Project - Drawing a Tulip.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Anatomical Heart with Flowers
How to Draw a Great Looking Anatomical Heart with Flowers for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the anatomical heart with flowers outline by drawing an incomplete, irregular rounded shape. This outlines the bulk of the heart, which consists of the left and right ventricle as well as the right atrium. Then, extend two curved lines through the opening, forming the pulmonary trunk. Connect these lines at the bottom.
Draw more curved lines to create a branching y-shape. Draw curved lines across one end of the "Y" shape's arms to give the vein a rounded shape.
Easy Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 2
2. Next, we will draw the aortic arch. Draw a series of lines to form a broken rainbow shape crossing over the pulmonary trunk and enclosing the open end of the "Y" shape.
From the three openings in this arch, extend pairs of curved lines and connect them on the ends. Draw curved lines extending from each side of the arch, one connecting to the side of the heart on the right-hand side.
Easy Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw another branching cylinder coming from the aortic arch and a short curved line across the end of each of these vessels. Then, draw a series of veins branching like a tree or a river across the front of the heart.
Use a series of curved lines that meet at sharp points. This is known as the anterior interventricular sulcus.
Easy Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend a series of branching curved lines from the veins of the heart. Now that the anatomical model of the heart is complete, let's draw some flowers around it.
Start with a daisy-shaped flower. Draw an oval for the center and "U" shaped petals around it. This flower should enclose the open end of the heart near the superior vena cava.
Easy Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 5
5. Finish drawing petals around the first flower, then draw a line extending out of the pulmonary trunk.
This is the stem of a second flower. At the end of the line draw an oval for the center of the flower and "U" shaped lines for the petals. Extend two curved lines from the stem and allow them to meet at a point, forming the leaf.
Easy Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 6
6. Complete the flower petals using a "U" shaped line. Then, draw another flower extending from the aortic arch. Again, use a curved line for the stem and pairs of curved lines that meet at points to form the leaves.
Easy Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw an unopened blossom at the tip of the previous stem. First, draw one oval-shaped petal above the stem. Then, use overlapping curved lines to create the subsequent petals. Attach the blossom to the stem using a short line to form a half-circle.
Then, begin drawing another flower extending from yet another portion of the aortic arch. Again, use a curved line for the stem and extend a pair of curved lines that meet at a point to form a leaf.
Add More Details to Your Anatomical Heart with Flowers Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a blossom at the end of the stem. Use a small circle for the center of the flower and curved lines to form the petals. Then, draw another, identical flower overlapping the body of the heart, erasing as necessary.
From behind the heart, extend a pair of curved lines and allow them to meet at a point to indicate another leaf.
Complete the Outline of Your Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete the anatomical heart with flowers outline by drawing additional stems and leaves coming from behind the heart and extending out of the aortic arch.
Color Your Anatomical Heart with Flowers Drawing
Color your cartoon of an anatomical heart with flowers. Notice how we've shaded our anatomical heart in a scientific fashion.
The heart itself is a red muscle. The pulmonary trunk carries blood that has been depleted of oxygen, so it is pictured in blue. The aortic arch, on the other hand, supplies oxygen-rich blood, so it is shaded pink or red.
For more great Heart drawing tutorials, see the 36 Step-by-Step Heart Drawing Guides post.
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