Flower Sketches

Poinsettia Flower Sketch

Flower sketches

It is sometimes difficult to distinguish exactly flower sketches from flower drawings.
When you sketch a flower or any other object, you are usually just quickly laying out a basic outline. Good example is Poinsettia Flower Sketch, where you simply outline only the shape of the leaves first.

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You don’t go too much into details, but at least, the sketch should picture and give you or your visitor a clear idea what the object is.

When you sketch, you do not mind making mistakes. You do not mind if the strokes aren't exactly as you wish they supposed to be, because it simply does not matter at all.

That is how I perceive the meaning of sketching.

So, naturally you should first practice sketches of flowers before flower drawings. Sketching is a kind of study.

Every great artist you have heard about did countless sketches and studies before they made the final drawing or painting.

By sketching flowers first, you learn and memorize their shape and contours better. You feel less stressed and less pressure and less expectations of how the final picture might look like. It simply doesn't matter at this stage.

When you sketch often, you will be able to capture the correct proportions of the flower or any other object.

That's how it works.

We humans are very peculiar beings. We often are “absolutely sure” that we are not able to do something...unless...we do it and see that we are able to do it.

And then, watching our own piece of art, we are amazed how did we do it...yet still can’t believe it.

I encourage you to just do it. Grab your pen or whatever writing instrument you have handy and sketch, or draw.

Simple Sketches of Roses

Simple sketches of Roses

Although I do not recommend starting to learn to sketch flowers from roses…yet, I would like to lure you, to tempt you to try out this rose sketch.

Simple sketches of Roses

Roses are one of the most beautiful flowers, but they also look quite complex. A simple sketch of a rose can be done in fact very easily, you only need a little practice first.

Some Tips For Beginners

  • chose simple flowers
  • if possible, avoid sketching roses in the very beginning
  • print out any of the sketches or drawings on this website and copy them as you like
  • buy a set of A4-sized tracing papers and copy-trace any flower from books or magazines.
    It is one of the best ways to learn and quickly memorize the shapes and proportions of any kind of object.
  • HB pencil will work well for any kind of sketching
  • be patient



Visitors Personal Gallery Pages

Please see and enjoy the following collection of personal galleries. We all believe you will have a lot of fun. Observing other’s art work is always, always very inspirational. You may get some new ideas for your own drawings.

Portraits of Dogs by Lynn

Realistic Portraits by Andy Leslie

Portrait Drawings by Lela Stankovic

Various Drawings by Betty Chavis

Original sketches by Nadia Velasquez

Beautiful Artwork by Bill Richards

Cute Drawings by Christie

Manga Drawings by Chi

Portrait Drawings by Evan

Various Drawings by Sabariah

Various Drawings by Sunnu Golwalla

Various Drawings by Amberlynn

Various Drawings by Anne Burgoyne

Various Drawings by Carly

Portrait Drawings by Bud Norris

Portrait Drawings by Mahendran

Scenery Drawings by Phil Edmondson

Portrait Drawings by Stacey

Manga and Fantasy by Lee Henrik

Manga Sketches by Paul Rowan

Various Drawings by D. Fox

Original Pokemons by Johan

Original Manga by Grace

Cute Little Sketches by Gwen

Creative Anime by Celia

Various Drawings by Taylor Sligowski

Various Sketches by Amanda

Fantasy Drawings by Melissa

Various Drawings by Steven Chesley

Various Drawings by Maciej Michalak

Various Drawings by Aiswariya Pramod

Manga Drawings by Andrea

Original Artwork by Richa Kotriwala

Various Drawings by Sandy Lange

Cartoon Drawings by Dipanjan Dey

Cartoon Drawings by Dhrubo2002

Ballpen Drawings by Shehbaaz Baurtally

Emma Adams Cartoon Sketches Gallery

Sonali Ghosh Illustrations Gallery

Rupshya Dilipraj Artwork Gallery


Theme Based Visitors Galleries

The following Theme Based Galleries are a collection of selected drawings from various authors based on a certain theme. I would like you to get as much inspiration as possible for your own drawings.


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  1. Imaginary art: a place of tranquillity

    Apr 19, 21 03:08 AM

    Here it is not direct pen art since I made plans especially for the buildings. Sometimes Am confused as to whether I will share here or in nature section..Because

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    Apr 18, 21 10:13 PM

    Nothing is permanent..neither happiness nor sadness..!!

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    Apr 16, 21 03:54 AM

    Ballpoint pen art. This type of place exist not far from my village. But here it is different. As you see, it has a sense of realism. I like that my

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  6. cute puppy

    Apr 14, 21 09:22 PM

    this dog reminds me of the dog from a movie, so i drew it in cartoon.

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  7. Drawing of Ganesh

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  8. Angel island

    Apr 14, 21 01:25 AM

    This art piece has a combination of all possible art like I. Unicorns 2. Black shadow drawing of a park 3. An imaginary house on a tree 4.Flowing river

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  9. Imaginary art: Far from crowded cities

    Apr 13, 21 07:48 AM

    Art is like an ocean where we never see its bottom. I always feel that am still a beginner because the more I practice, the more I learn new things...Even

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  10. Imaginary art: peaceful place

    Apr 13, 21 02:16 AM

    Imaginary art with a ballpoint pen. The same pen is below the art. It is a black Nataraj 1.0mm pen. So as usual, with most of my imaginary art, I go

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  11. Shiv-Shakti

    Apr 12, 21 09:23 PM

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  12. Prince Philip

    Apr 12, 21 09:19 PM

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  13. Imaginary art: colourful nature

    Apr 12, 21 08:41 PM

    With ballpoint pens.

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  14. Imaginary art: An old administrative building

    Apr 10, 21 06:45 AM

    As usual, it's a direct pen art.

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  15. Imaginary art: waterfall

    Apr 09, 21 04:00 AM

    So here is a small imaginary art depicting a waterfall in a forest. A scene which we all love.

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