How to Draw Tattoo Love

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STEP 1. Let's start off by making a round shape for the center of the heart which will also be the guide to create your rose. from the left side, draw one single line in the form of a heart but don't connect the other end to the shape in the center.   STEP 2. Starting from the center of the shape, you will begin drawing the bud that is still not open. Once that is complete you can sketch out the first rose petal.   STEP 3. Continue to sketch the petals of the rose one step at a time. Start with one side, and then tackle the other.   STEP 4. Every petal that you draw should have sharp points and straight edges. This will give the rose for your tattoo love a sense of a piercing love.   STEP 5. You will sketch out the rest of the rose petals like so, and when you do this make sure that the bottom of the bloom is rounded just a bit.   STEP 6. Instead of petals you will draw about six or seven bedding leaves under the rose. Once the leaves are drawn in, you will need to add detailing to the centers of each leaf, then start the drawing process for the stem. The top of the stem should be thickest. Shape out the stem you are drawing so that it forms a rounded arch for the heart. Add a leaf like so, then of course sketch in some definition on the leaf.   STEP 7. Now all you have to do is something pretty simple, draw the entire stem to form the shape of a heart like so. The best way to do this is to start with the outside lining, then follow up with drawing the inside as you use the first line as your shaping guide.   STEP 8. Lastly, draw in the leaves on the stem. When you begin sketching out each leaf, make sure that you do it in a way to have some of them curling out from the stem. They shouldn't be uniform ins size so make each one different. When you are finished, sketch in the last of the detailing, then begin erasing your mistakes as well as guidelines.   STEP 9. Here you have tattoo love. The heart shaped rose is beautiful even when it's uncolored. Now you can color it in, or take the finished drawing to your tattooist for your next inking session.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9.