|Uploaded:||September 6, 2010|
|Updated:||September 7, 2010|
Since I already have a lesson on a daisy, I’m not going to tell you too much information on this pretty set of flowers that you will be receiving a tutorial on today. This is also going to be the last flower submission for now, until I find it in myself to draw some more which I know I will. Anyway, for my fourth upload I will be showing you guys "how to draw daisies", step by step, and as you know these flowers are also fragrant but not nearly as fragrant as lilacs or roses. Daisies are wonderful flowers to make bouquets out of, and they are also a great flower to to paint too. There is a variety of colors that the daisy comes in which is why they are such a versatile plant. You can find these flowers growing in your own back yard because they are considered to be part of the wild flower group. I had fun sketching out my interpretation of the daisy, and when you "draw daisies" you should be creative and color them in using your favorite shades. I tried sticking to the most common flower colors like orange, yellow and pink. But you might want to have a few white ones in there just to break up the boldness of the florescent shades I used here. I also only drew three, but you can draw a bundle if you like. Whatever you choose to do will be fine because you did it your own way. I will be back one more time to upload my fifth and last tutorial,, and no it’s not a flower. See ya guys, and I hope you all enjoyed your drawing day.