Lillies are so beautiful and can be colored in a few different color ways. Today, I’m sharing a step-by-step tutorial showing you How to draw a Lily step by step easily that anyone can recreate!
I’ve previously shared a Leaf drawing step-by-step tutorial, Mushroom Drawing Tutorial with Worksheet, How to Draw a Mandala that you all loved. I hope you enjoy this How to draw a lily step by step tutorial just as much. You can start drawing on any paper with any pen or pencil. Enjoy!
How to draw a Lily Step by Step:
Step by step instructions showing How to draw a lily step by step easy
Total Time: 10 minutes
Using a pencil draw a circle to mark the center of the flower. Then add two oblong ovalish shapes on either side to start the petals.
Using your pencil, sketch out more petals as seen below to complete the flower.
Add stamens to the center of the flower with your pencil. The stamens will overlap the petals and it is easier to draw them with pencil vs pen later.
Using a fine tip black pen, start tracing the stamens in the center of the flower first, and then ink the surrounding petals one by one.
Finish off your flower with a quick leaf shape underneath.
So there you have it! Simple 5 steps How to draw a Lily easy in your sketchbook. I colored mine using my Tombow Dual Brush Pens in a Lions heart Lily color scheme!
I love how vibrant and colorful this flower turned out! You can also color this as a Tiger lily or traditional white lily.
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More Floral Drawing Tutorials:
- How to Draw a Sunflower
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- Simple Flower Drawing Tutorial
- How to Draw a Chrysanthemum
Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
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