Start drawing the simpliest detail – the stem. Schematically, it can be depicted as a straight line; use a ruler to draw it. Place the axle in the center. Thus, we denote the location of the flower on the sheet of paper.
Then start drawing the bud. It’s easy to depict it in the form of a small oval at the top of the line; the axis divides it exactly in half.
Tulip is a flower whose bud consists of several petals. We’ve already drawn one. Add another one on the right side. The second oval must be a little bit narrower than the first one. Visually it’s being diminished; one part of it goes to the back of the bud which we can’t see.
Draw another petal on the left side.
Erase the lines
Unnecessary lines that cross the petals must be carefully erased.
Then add the visible parts of the petals, which are located at the back.
It’s time to give a more natural shape to our flower. Transform a straight stem, making it a little bit bent from the wind.
It remains to add big but narrow leaves on both sides. Draw first a leaf on one side.
Then on the other one.
To make the flower look more beautiful, add greenery.
Add the colors, making the whole drawing a work of art.