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Roses are one of the most well-known flowers out there, and they are commonly drawn since they are a symbol of love. However, due to their many layers, they can be a real challenge to draw. You can learn to draw a rose if you are willing to pay attention to detail and carefully shade the entire rose to add proper dimension and depth. The following is a quick guide to help you draw the perfect rose every time.

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1. Gather Your Art Supplies

The good news is, you don’t need that many supplies on hand to get started. You will need a hard pencil, a medium soft pencil, and a soft pencil to help with the guidelines and the shading, but if you only have access to a regular pencil, you can change the power of your stroke to help adjust your lines. Of course, you will also need a sheet of paper to draw the rose on, and it is always handy to have a pencil sharpener nearby in case your pencil dulls.

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