Step by step drawing the tulip in pencil is notwill cause difficulties even for a person who is just beginning to comprehend the art of painting. Just a few steps and a beautiful flower in a realistic style will appear on paper. You only need to follow the detailed instructions and schematic images that we have posted in this article. Tulips, beautiful spring flowers that came to our country from Holland thanks to Peter I. In all there are over three hundred and fifty varieties of these wonderful varieties. All of them differ in the shape of the petals, in color shades and in size. Each flower is beautiful in its own way. In Holland, there are whole fields with wonderful creations of Mother Nature, which attracts with their majesty, eccentricity and natural beauty. Today we suggest you draw a simple tulip. It is not difficult to do this, as you can see through the gradual drawing of a tulip in pencil. The first step in our work will be the drawing of the contours of the flower bud and its stem. It's easy to do, following the schematic image that you see below. The contour of the bud itself is as simple as possible, only the stem has to be added. It needs to be slightly shifted to the right side, since on the opposite side we will have traced the leaves of the tulip. Now draw the outlines of the petals of our ownbud. Of course, what we see on the diagram still only remotely resembles something similar to a flower, but this is an intermediate stage. Therefore, simply transfer the image to our drawing and proceed to the next stage of work on the image of the tulip. At the third stage we will draw petalsour flower, as a result of which, it will acquire a characteristic shape. The original contour in the form of a square will become the starting point, through which we can represent the petals in accordance with all proportions. In order to avoid confusion, we erase two horizontal lines from our square - the upper and lower ones. Now we'll add a few more strokes and the bud is almost ready. Also, at this stage, we need to draw a flower stem and leaves on it. To do this, we need to circle their contours, giving them the desired shape. It remains to erase the original contours, sketch and correct all the lines that make up the drawing with the eraser. Using shading, lightly shade some areas of the tulip image. If you want to leave the tulip untouched,leave it just a drawn pencil, correct it by hatching as shown in the picture below. But, you see, it's much more pleasant to look at the colorful, colorful drawing of the flower. The color solution of the tulip you can chooseyourself. Also, you can draw several separate flowers in different variations, both color, and in a slightly modified shape, size and depict a whole bouquet that is in the vase or grows on the bed. If you do not get something right the first time, do not hurry upset. It's all about practice. Draw more and more often and soon your tulip will be difficult to distinguish from a real flower.