How to Draw Rose Tattoos

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The most important thing to do when drawing a rose tattoo is to start off in the center. Draw rose tattoos with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, my name is Chris, and today I'm going to show you how to draw a rose tattoo. So when you're starting off drawing a rose tattoo, the most important thing is we start off in the center here. And basically you're just going to draw kind of like a squiggly line. Kind of looks like almost like a weird looking flag, I guess. But this is going to be the center of the rose. And from that point, basically you're going to kind of flesh that out. Remember that petals kind of flow out from the center. And just to make sure that you're always revolving around the center as you're drawing these kind of like squiggly lines. And all the petals, they don't have to be perfect. As we know in like nature, things aren't necessarily perfect. So just kind of keep going around the side here and just make sure that you're kind of like revolving around this initial kind of flag looking thing, which is the middle of the flower. And keep the petals balanced. You can kind of make them however you want them to look, they don't have to look any specific way, just keep them wavy coming out from the middle. And make sure that you're trying to keep the entire thing balanced so it looks like they have an even weight on both sides because flowers are beautiful and balanced. All right maybe like a little petal up here. Now it doesn't look like too much right now, it looks like a giant blob pretty much until you put the leaves on. So I'm going to use a little green marker and I'm going to put some leaves around the side. And leaves are just kind of like just pointed a little bit like that. If you want you can make a little line down the middle to kind of show the crevice, the meeting of the two sides of the leaf. And there we go. And then maybe you want to put up another one. Let's say we put it down here. And you kind of do the same kind of thing. And the lines going up like that. And also, flowers have a little bit of these roses have a little bit of a harder edge on their leaves. So you kind of like rough it up a little bit like that. All right guys. And that's a rose tattoo for you. Thank you very much.

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