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Drawing an Orchid

Artist: Dawn / October 6, 2020
Drawing an Orchid

Step 1. drawing the guidelines


Just draw an arched line.

Step 2. drawing the petals


You will draw i another orchid petal like so. It's the same shape as the first one you made.

Step 3. more petals


Add another orchid petal like so. Notice the inner parts of the petals are tapered making each look like a spade.

Step 4. center of flower


You will now draw the center part of the orchid. This is where the pollan resides. you will then draw more of the petals too.

Step 5. detailing the petals


We will now add detailing to each orchid flower petal. These are just vertical lines in even paths of each other.

Step 6.


You will now repeat the same process you just tackled with drawing the second blossom of the orchid.

Step 7. more blossoms


Continue on to drawing another blossom

Step 8.


I hate to say it, but draw in another orchid blossom. Notice that the path of the blossoms are going in another path.

Step 9.


you are almost done. Draw in the stems of the orchid flower like so and then add some small leaves on the branch of the orchid.

Step 10.


At the base of the flower you will create a large leaf bed. These are the thick, oblong shaped leaves that are at the base of the orchid stem.

Step 11.


FInally the last drawing step. Just draw the pot that the orchid plant is in. You can choose any style of pot. Erase the mistakes if you made any.

Step 12. Final lineart step


Yup, that's pretty much it. Go ahead and color in your drawing.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 6, 2020
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Tags: how to draw flowers, how to draw orchids, how to draw houseplants
Description: There are time when I have a lot of fun drawing certain things like plants and animals. When I really get into a drawing I start enjoying what I'm doing and the creativity just flows out. The shadow on the back wall, the coloring of this flower, all of it I really loved. I actually have one of these plants in my house, and its really beautiful. Anyways, I do hope you enjoy this tutorial on how to draw an orchid.