In paintings, drawings, and other art, plants and flowers are often featured.
Some examples of these flowers and plants are more common than others, and bushes are not usually one of them.
It is a shame, because bushes can be as beautiful as their flashier cousins.
This tutorial will show you how to draw one.
We hope you enjoy the step-by-step instructions on how to draw a bush we prepared for you!
This guide will show you how to draw a bush with many different leaves.
This will give the bush more volume and make the image more attractive to the eye.
The final image that we are creating may seem complicated, but we have broken it into smaller steps.
We will use curved lines to draw these leaves. These curved lines will have sharp indents to give each leaf an imperfect look.
These leaves are very large and will have vein detail as shown in the reference photo.
In the previous step we drew the first leaves for this bush drawing. In the next step we will draw more leaves for the central part.
The method we will use to make these new leaves will be very similar to the ones you used for the old leaves. However, they will be thinner.
These will be straighter than the ones that were before them, even though they may have slid a bit.
They will be the same outline as the previous ones, with the same detailing. You can start the next step once you have drawn these leaves.
In this tutorial on drawing a shrub, we’ve mostly been using large leaves to illustrate it. We will now draw some smaller leaves.
These leaves will form part of the bush’s base. They will be drawn using rounded lines and sharp points at the top.
These smaller leaves will have a smoother outline than larger leaves. We won’t be making those indented indents.
The right-hand side will remain empty, but we will soon fill it in!
Now we are approaching the final stages in your bush drawing! This fourth section of the guide will see us adding leaves to the upper and lower sections.
This is the final step. We will draw a complete leaf for the upper section.
Next, draw another clump to complete the leafy base.
After all the leaves have been drawn, we can move on to the next section and finish the details and final leaves.
You can now finish the picture and color it in to complete our guide on how you draw a bush.
We will draw a few more large leaves to complete the upper part of the bush.
After the final leaves have been drawn and detailed, it is time to add your personal touches and move on.
You can do a lot to make this drawing more interesting. A background would also be great.
You can create a beautiful garden setting by drawing a background. Add flowers, plants, and small animals, such as rabbits, to it.
This is only one approach, but there are many others. Have fun creating the perfect scene!
The final step in your bush sketch is where you will finish it with amazing colors. We used lots of green for our reference image.