|Uploaded:||September 18, 2011|
|Updated:||September 18, 2011|
Well, there is so many things that people request from me and when I read through what folks want, I’m sort of blown away because there is tons, and tons of ideas that I would never have thought of. Because of this, I am so appreciative of how people just give me ideas after idea. This next tutorial is an example of what I am talking about. Everyone knows that roses are beautiful and they can be drawn or purchased in a variety of colors, arrangements, and even sizes. The reason why I am talking about this now, is because it sort of correlates with the tutorial I am about to submit. A member sent in a request to make a lesson on "how to draw a bloody rose", step by step. Now because I love creative ideas and cool concepts, I went ahead and filled the request. The rose is an egg shell white color and instead of drawing a stubby style rose, I thought a slender style would be best for the type of drawing concept I was about to do. There is also the foundation leaves at the base of the rosebud, and since this part of the rose is green, there is some kind of brightening color to add light onto the drawing. Out of all the roses I have drawn so far, I’m gonna have to say that this rose is my favorite because I think I did such an awesome job recreating a rose that is in the process of blooming. I hope you enjoy learning "how to draw a bloody rose". If you have any creative and cool ideas for tutorials, be sure to drop me a line to let me know. In the meantime have fun, and be sure to draw roses in a patient manner.