Four-leaf clovers are a popular symbol of Irish culture. The four leaves are said to symbolise faith, hope, love and luck. Many people believe that finding one is lucky and keep four-leaf clovers around as good-luck charms. Fortunately, drawing a clover is a lot easier than finding one. By following a few simple steps, you'll be able to draw four-leaf clovers quickly and accurately.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
Draw an X. This will form the centre of the leaves and help you place them.
Create an oval around each arm of the X. Each of the four lines should form the centre line of the ovals.
Adapt the tops of the ovals into heart shapes. To do this, draw a V in the centre of the tip of each oval, with the centre of the V meeting the centre line. Round out the sides of the V to make them softer and more like the top of a heart. Erase any leftover lines from the original oval shape.
Draw a thin rectangle coming down from the centre of the X. This stem shape might be overlapped by some of the leaves. At the bottom of the rectangular stem, create a slanted line rather than a straight one for a more realistic look. You now have a lucky four-leaf clover of your own!
Draw from Basic Shapes
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