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Houseplants or potted plants are more popular today than ever before. Caretakers of such foliage often call themselves "plant parents" and "crazy plant ladies." Millennials make up a large proportion of this group. They grow plants as a hobby, to beautify their homes, and to freshen the air.
Any plant that has been "adapted for growing indoors" can be considered a houseplant. They are usually planted in a flower pot, but some are grown just in water. This is called hydroponics. "Air plants" don't need dirt at all.
Most houseplants are tropical varieties. Some spend all year inside, and others are placed outside during the warmer months.
Many houseplants are green leafy plants or vines. Orchids are grown for their flowers, and certain trees called bonsai are grown in miniature. Bonsai may be trimmed or formed to appear that they are battling the elements of nature, like this tree in a strong wind. Small cacti can also be kept indoors.
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Would you like to draw a cartoon potted plant? This easy, step-by-step cartoon plant drawing tutorial can help. All you will need is a pencil, pen, or marker and a sheet of paper. Use crayons or colored pencils to add bright colors to the finished flower.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Orchid, Cherry Blossoms, and Tulip.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Potted Plant
1. Begin by drawing the flower pot. Use curved lines to draw the body of the pot, outline the bottom of the rim, and trace the top of the rim.
2. Use used lines to outline the base of the plant. Draw a shorter curved line meeting one of the lines at a point, outlining the stem of a leaf. Then, use "U" shaped lines to draw the dirt in front of and behind the plant.
3. Draw a large leaf. Extend two curved lines from the stem, and allow them to meet at a point. Then, draw a curved line down the center of the leaf to indicate the central vein. Note that the leaf encloses the open side of the flower pot. Then, draw a curved line to meet the opposite side of the plant at a point, forming another stem. Draw a long curved line from its tip, beginning the outline of a second leaf.
4. Use curved lines to finish the outline of the leaf. Notice the "U" shaped line that forms a notch, as if a caterpillar has been nibbling on the leaf. Draw a line down the center of the leaf to indicate the vein. Then, extend the plant's main stem using two curved lines.
5. Draw a "V" shaped line at the top of the stem to split it into two. Then, use a pair of curved lines that meet at a point to enclose another large leaf.
6. Draw a line down the center of the leaf to form the vein, and a small irregular oval to indicate a hole where a bug has been munching. Then, use overlapping "U" shaped lines to begin drawing the petals of the flower.
7. Continue drawing overlapping "U" shaped lines to complete the shape of the flower blossom. Use a series of curved lines to outline the center of the flower. Draw another series of curved lines in the middle. From this point, extend a pair of curved lines. Draw a small circle at the tip of each. These indicate the flower's filaments and anthers, which produce pollen.
Step 9. Draw another filament and another using a long curved line and a circle.
Color your tropical cartoon flower. This flower resembles a hibiscus, which comes in shades of red, orange, yellow, and pink.
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Title:[Line Drawing of Potted Plant]
Artist:Walker Evans (American, St. Louis, Missouri 1903–1975 New Haven, Connecticut)
Medium:Ink and pencil on paper
Dimensions:61.0 x 45.7 cm (24 x 18 in. )
Credit Line:Walker Evans Archive, 1994
Rights and Reproduction:© Walker Evans Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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27 Easy Potted Plant Doodles To Bring New Life To Your Bullet Journal
Calling all the plant lovers and bujo addicts! Learn how to draw indoor potted plants, succulents and cactus! Simple step by step drawings to add to your bullet journal spreads and layouts.
Ever since first getting into bullet journaling, I’ve been obsessed with plant doodles. I mean I love plants in real life so this shouldn’t have come as a surprise. The only issue is that I am not the most talented artist and so I need step by step doodle help. I have searched through instagram to find the best and most simple step by step plant doodles for anyone else in a similar position.
I really hope you enjoy these little doodles and that they bring some happiness to your day.
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TOOLS TO GET STARTED BULLET JOURNALING:
Before we get started, I wanted to share some of the best and most affordable tools available for bullet journalling.
This notebook which is almost identical to the cult favorite and has raving reviews for a fraction of the cost!
This pen that won’t bleed through the page and is great for inputting your dailies
This Pen for art work and faux calligraphy
These Markers for decorating and color coding your journal
These stencils for making layouts quicker
Obviously the only things that you need to get started is a notebook and pen and you will use them the most. However, the markers are useful for color coding your journal and the stencils will save you time in creating beautiful layouts!
Read my full Bullet Journal Supplies Recommendation post here!
How To Draw Potted Plants:
A few different plant types that you can easily try!
How To Doodle Succulent
A super simple black and white drawing of a succulent that with a little bit of practice, I think anyone would be able to get perfect!
How To Doodle Monstera Leaves
The most photogenic plant leaves just became the most beautiful plant doodle.
Hanging Plant Tutorial
Super simple doodle that when coloured becomes stunning. Just need to add the rope to make it a “hanging” potted plant.
Cacti that are so beautiful that you don’t even need to color them in!
So MANY different ideas!
Super simple cacti step by step doodles
Another cactus doodle variation
Make your plants a little whimsical with cartoon faces
How To Doodle Succulents
Another way to draw succulents is with a top down view. Just as simple as the first example though!
Colored drawings that any beginner could do!
I had to add these flowers because they were too cute. I love the watering can on the bottom!
Potted House Plant Drawing Tutorial
Drawing house plants really is as simple as drawing a line with some leaves. Change the size of your ovals and the distance between them and you get a completely different looking plant doodle.
So simple and so clean
Play around with leaves on stems (the size and distance between them) and you get completely different looking plants!
Plant doodles with a little more detail.
Get Creative And Add Paint!
Adding watercolor specifically to your plant doodles will bring them to life.
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What potted plant doodle is your favorite?
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