Learn how to draw a great looking Parts of a Rose with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Parts of a Rose.
Would you like to learn how to draw the parts of a rose? This easy flower drawing tutorial will help you master the parts of rose outline.
You can use this plant drawing guide when you are learning about plant biology in science class.
It will help you identify all the important parts, such as the flower, bud, thorn, leaf, fruit, stem, and roots. Try growing a rose bush for your next science fair project!
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- There are about 100 species of roses
- Roses are native to Asia, North America, Africa, and Europe
- Roses produce a fruit called a rose hip that is used to make jellies and tea
- Rose petals are also edible
- Scientists have discovered fossilized rose plants from 35 million years ago
- The oldest living rose is over 1,000 years old; it lives at a cathedral in Germany
- The most expensive rose in the world sold for $15.8 million
What are you waiting for? Grab your pencil, eraser, and colored pencils to sketch this beautiful flower.
See also For Beginners: Drawing a Simple Rose.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Parts of a Rose
How to Draw a Great Looking Parts of a Rose for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the parts of rose outline by drawing the first blossom. Use overlapping curved lines to craft each of the petals. If you need extra help, check out this step-by-step realistic rose flower drawing tutorial.
Easy Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to complete the outer petals. Then, extend pairs of wavy curved lines from the bottom of the rose and allow them to meet at sharp points.
These are the sepals, small green leaves at the base of the flower. Then, extend a long curved line to form the rose's stem.
Easy Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 3
3. Continue drawing the branching stem. Use curved lines, noticing how some diverge and run parallel to new lines. Some meet at sharp points.
Also, note the round swellings at the ends of some stems and where divergent stems meet.
Easy Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 4
4. Next, draw a rosebud - a flower that has not yet opened. From the bulge at the end of the stem, draw several narrow teardrop shapes.
Then, enclose another rounded teardrop shape partially hidden by the previous shapes. Then, band this shape with curved lines to indicate the tightly curled petals.
From the sharp stem, extend several curved lines. These will become the veins of leaves. Enclose the teardrop shapes of the leaves around them.
Easy Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 5
5. Continue drawing the stem and divergent twigs using pairs of curved lines. Use curved lines that meet at points to enclose the unusual, balloon-like shape of the rosehip fruit at the end of one twig.
On the other, extend two curved lines to form the leaf veins. Then, enclose the teardrop shapes of the leaves around them.
Easy Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 6
6. Use pairs of curved lines to sketch the branching roots. Each root should end at a sharp point.
Easy Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw small triangle-shaped thorns along the stem. Just above the roots, draw a series of curved lines to indicate the dirt.
Then, extend straight horizontal lines in each direction to form the ground or horizon line.
Add More Details to Your Parts of a Rose Picture - Step 8
8. Label the diagram with the words "Flower," "Bud," "Thorn," and "Roots." Draw straight lines from the words to the appropriate parts.
Complete the Outline of Your Parts of a Rose Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your parts of the rose outline by labeling it with the words "Leaf," "Fruit," and "Stem." Draw straight lines from the words to the appropriate parts.
Color Your Parts of a Rose Drawing
Color your cartoon diagram of the parts of a rose. We've shaded ours red because this is a popular rose blossom color. Roses also grow in variations of pink, white, yellow, and orange.
For more great Roses drawing tutorials, see the 50 Easy and Fun Roses Drawing Ideas post.
For more easy rose drawing tutorials, see the collection of Tutorials for Drawing Simple Roses.
For all flower drawings, see the Drawings Tutorials to Help You Draw Flowers Easily page.
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