How To Draw A Hibiscus Flower with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a small oval to form the center of the flower.
Extend a curved, wavy line from the center of the flower. Curve the line around, bend it to form a point between the sawtooth waves, then rejoin the line to the opposite side of the oval. This forms the first petal. Then, extend another wavy line from the center, bending it to meet the face of the first petal. This surrounds the second petal of the flower. Finally, repeat this process on the opposite side of the first petal, forming the third.
Extend wavy, curved lines from the center of the flower to enclose at least two more petals, filling in the space at the back of the flower.
Erase parts of the oval to allow the petals to “flow” into the center of the flower. Adjust the lines as needed to ensure that each petal is in contact with the center.
Draw two curved lines down from the flower, parallel to each other. This forms the stem of the flower.
Extend a few parallel lines, narrowly spaced up from the center of the flower, to form the pattern. Delete as needed. At the beginning of the style, allow diverging lines. Draw a small “V” shaped line between them and connect the lines at the end using small circles. Extends the small, elongated oval from the style. This forms the pistil, which, together with the style, is known as the pistil.
Draw the leaves. For each leaf, include a pointed shape using a series of short lines that meet at jagged points. Draw a curved line down the center of the leaf to indicate the central vein and shorter lines extending outward from the leaf veins.
Draw another pointed leaf, again outlining it using a series of short and curved lines. Draw a vein in the middle of the leaf and the other secondary veins that will diverge from the first vein.
Draw a final leaf, using the same process as described earlier. Finally, detail the petals by extending the curved lines outward from the center of the flower.
Complete the hibiscus flower drawing
Color your hibiscus flowers. These tropical flowers come in a variety of colors such as red, pink, white, orange and yellow.