|Uploaded:||April 2, 2012|
|Updated:||April 3, 2012|
For those of you that don't know or realize, I submitted a tutorial on a Stargazer lily that was sitting in my folder for two days. You may not have noticed, but it is the first lesson of the day. The second tutorial is on another flower called the Easter lily. Many of you may recognize this flower because one of the only times that it is displayed in an upfront manner is when Easter rolls around. They are a bloom that is enjoyed mainly in the fall, but since Easter is in Spring, these beautiful blooms come to our stores and florists a week or two before Easter is actually here. Obviously this tutorial is going to be on "how to draw an Easter lily", step by step. With this lesson you will learn how to recreated these trumpet shaped flowers. Like I said before, there are about one hundred ten different types of lilies, and this is one of them. What I like about the Easter lily is how the stem part of the flower seems to mesh with the bloom itself making it look whole. This white flower symbolizes a variety of things, but there is one that stands out and that is purity, followed by hope and life. These flowers go hand in hand with the Easter holiday, and they are traditionally included in homes, churches, and other places that hold celebrations in honor of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Anyways, I do think that those of you that choose to tackle this tutorial will have fun. You can draw the Easter lily out, and then color it in with paint, markers or even crayons if you like. I have to fly out of here because there is still a few tutorials coming your way still. Stay seated to see what they will be. Peace out folks and enjoy!