Step 2. Then we draw part of a stalk and on a place of a triangle we draw a leaf, then we draw tulip petals.
Step 3. We erase auxiliary two triangles and the pointed pencil of NV we start leading round a contour thus finishing it. The leaf is led round as is, a stalk the bud bottom wavy is done curved, a form of petals too not equal, we look at the picture.
Step 4. We take a pencil 2H and we draw lines of closely to each other curved form, also lines should not be all identical, one have to be longer, others are shorter.
Step 5. We take a pencil of NV and in the bottom of a bud we do shading by different lines in size to create effect of a shadow.
Step 6. We darken an extreme petal, leaving a white strip at edge. On a small stalk we shade on each side, in the middle we leave a white strip. The leaf is shaded with curved lines in the direction of veins at a leaf, we leave the sheet edge untouched.
Step 7. We create a shadow. Let's begin at sight. We take a pencil 2B and from above the drawn lines we put new in the bottom of a leaf and a little on the middle from the sheet edge, reducing strokes to the middle. Then we take a pencil of NV and we apply strokes on the white strip left by us at a leaf, thus it is necessary to leave honey agarics a strip, look at the picture. Now we apply lines on petals. We take a pencil 4H and we do bends at an extreme big petal, under it the dark site is painted over. Then we take a pencil 2B and we muddle the right petal, we darken the stalk basis.
Step 8. Using different softness pencils we muddle the basis of the main leaf, we add still lines if it is necessary, an eraser it is possible to clarify areas at a tulip.
Author: Brenda Hoddinot, site (source)