How to Draw a Lily Flower step by step | Easy drawing lily

How to Draw a Lily Flower with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw a Lily Flower step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1:

Let’s start drawing your lily. Lily is native to Europe, Asia and America. In the first step, we will draw a lily flower. We’ll start with an irregular oval with a pointed bottom. Draw another open irregular oval below the first petal. Similarly, we will draw the six petals of a lily.

Then expand your petals next. Extend the three petals on the left side of the flower with curved lines. Connect the three petals on the right using curved lines to form blunt points. The lily contains a stamen. The stamens of the flower are the male reproductive organs. We will draw the tubular stamens containing the anther. Many lilies have a mottled surface. So let’s add some circles or dots on the petals. The petals of the lily have a vein-like structure. So draw star-shaped highlights to make a pattern on the petals of the lily.

Step 2:

The lily belongs to the orchid family (Liliaceous). They are the nectar of early spring flowers to host pollinators. In the second step, we will draw the stem or branch of the flower. The stem of the flower is an important organ that will provide all the necessary substances for the flower. Draw a long straight line to outline the stem of a lily. Elegant lily flower.

Step 3:

In this 3rd step, we will draw a leaf on the stem. The tree looks bare with no leaves. The leaves of the lilies are flat and straight with a lanceolate shape.

Step 4:

In this 4th step, we will draw a leaf on the stem on the right side. The leaves of the lily have a central vein. The central vein, the leaf, provides all the necessary materials for the plant and its various parts.

Step 5:

It’s time to color our lily drawing. Give the drawing a natural look by coloring red, orange, pink, purple, yellow or white for the flowers and green for the leaves. I hope that children will find this drawing engaging and engaging.

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