On seeing colourful butterflies, do you also think of creating them on paper? But you don’t have any idea, how to make a beautiful butterfly drawing? Scroll through this stepwise tutorial to get an overview of the process.
Here you will get a 5-step tutorial for drawing and colouring the butterfly.
These colourful butterflies catches everyone’s eyes. You can create this on your sketchbook or drawing sheet to hang it on the wall – you will get much appreciation.
Supplies You Might Need
- Pencil – I uses Artline pencils for my artworks, it comes with different grades.
- Kneadable Eraser – For removing dirty stuff and lightning the value of shading these gummy erasers are very useful.
- Sketchbook – A quality sketchbook.
- Mechanical Pencil – 0.5mm mechanical pencils for drawing fine and precise lines.
- Fixative Spray – For protection of art from smudging.
- Blending Stump – Paper stumps for smooth blending.
- Pencil Color – Its thick cores are perfect for shading and shadows.
- Acrylic Color – This set of acrylic paint has all the necessary colors to paint anything.
Let’s move ahead to create it with the easiest steps possible.
Step 1- Vertically divide the paper into two equal parts, then draw the butterfly’s head & below it draw his thorax & abdomen on the vertical line.
Step 2 – Now make upper wings on both sides of the butterfly body.
Step 3 – Now make lower wings on both sides of the butterfly body, similar to rose petals.
Step 4 – Moving ahead decorate the butterfly upper & lower wings using some circles & wing veins, then over its head draw the antenna. Finally, the butterfly drawing is completed.
Step 5 – In the final step, paint the butterfly, using bright red colour & make patterns using yellow, orange, black & purple.
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