|Uploaded:||September 16, 2010|
|Updated:||September 16, 2010|
Every season has a flower that goes with the weather. For instance, in the spring, tulips begin to bloom and lilies start to blossom. In the summer roses start turning from buds to flowers, and yards, and gardens are filled with blazing stars, and Chrysanthemums. When autumn comes around the corner, flowers like hardy mums, and poppies start popping up everywhere. Now when the winter months arrive, you may think that there is no flower that can withstand the icy cold temperatures that hits the air from November to May. The Poinsettia is the flower of choice and it’s mainly because it is a festive flower to go along with the holiday season. This tutorial is going to show you "how to draw Poinsettias", step by step. I drew two blooming plants, one is white, and the other is red. I think you will like this tutorial because I have never submitted a lesson on a Poinsettia before. The steps should be easy to follow so that drawing a poinsettia should be simple to replicate. There is still one more submission coming your way before I call it a day. Don’t fret because I will still be going live later today at 8pm, so be there or be square. Adios people, and don’t forget to have a blast drawing this Christmas flower between the months of November, December, and January.