|Uploaded:||April 3, 2012|
|Updated:||April 5, 2012|
Another spring time flower that I just had to go and do is the very pretty freesia. Today I will be filling a request by making a lesson on "how to draw a freesia", step by step. These flowers are popular for their incredibly fragrant scent, as well as their pretty white or yellow blooms. There are fourteen different species of freesia, and all of them originated from Africa. These flowers are enjoyed in full bloom where they are cut and displayed in a vase of water as they are used for table settings, as well as bouquets. The flower was named after a doctor from Kiel Germany named Dr. Freese. Not only can you find these beautiful spring flowers in white and yellow, they also come in orange, red, pink, mauve, lavender, purple and even as a bi-color mixture. Another fun fact about the freesia flower; because they smell so wonderful, their oils are used in a variety of perfumes, as well as in bath oils and beads. The bloom itself is simple enough to recreate so I'm confident that you will enjoy drawing a freesia. You can make as many as you want, it's all based on preference. Well, that will do for now. I will be back later with some more drawing fun so stay tuned gang because like always I will return.