|Uploaded:||September 23, 2010|
|Updated:||September 23, 2010|
My for last lesson for the day, I will now be showing all you flower lovers out there, “how to draw an easy flower", step by step. How many times have I said that flowers are fun to draw? More than a hundred I can guarantee you that. Anyways, since this is not a lesson on any particular flower, I will just make this description short, sweet and to the point. When we were in first grade, one of the more common things for children to draw during art class was flowers. The simplest version of a flower is the daisy, but when you draw a daisy in a simple manner, you are making four or five big round petals instead of many long, narrow petals. I based this flower design on the types of blooms I used to draw when I was a kid. My mother still has drawing from school of some of the premature flowers I’ve drawn during my young school years. I think you will have fun with this lesson on "how to draw an easy flower", especially all you novice artists out there that likes to start out slow, and move towards improvement at your own pace. Well, that does it for me for today, join me at nine tonight for a full live drawing session. Enjoy the rest of your artistic day.