|Uploaded:||March 9, 2012|
|Updated:||March 9, 2012|
I'm going to switch my attention over to Spring and easter for my last two tutorials and I will begin with Spring. Yesterday I went to the store to get some snacks, and before I knew it I was buying stuff that I didn't even need just because I suddenly went into a shopping mode. As I browsed around I came across the garden section and it was there that flower seeds caught my eye. A package in particular grabbed my attention and I think it's because of the floral picture that was on the cover of the seed packet. This tutorial is going to be on "how to draw wildflowers", step by step. I bought folur packs of wildflower seeds, and I have every intention of planting them next week in some starter peat moss pots to get the young blooms ready for April planting. I can not tell you how beautiful I think wildflowers are. The way that they all grow together with different varieties of flowers is a wonderful and peaceful site. Some wildflowers are wild asters, goldenrods, marigolds, lupine flowers, and many more. In the tutorial I drew some flower species that I would like to see in a garden bed, but of course this is just a concept drawing. Anyways, I think you will enjoy drawing wildflowers because they are incredibly entertaining to sketch out and color in once the sketch is inked out. I shall return with one more lesson for you all so stay tuned in folks.