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Uploaded: May 24, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: September 26, 2010
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I hope that everyone is having a nice holiday weekend so far. For me the weather started out rainy and ended up a bright sunny day. That is probably due to the fact that it is spring time and the weather is the last thing that is predictable. Which brings me to this lesson that I am about to submit. Now because it is spring, I wanted to do a pretty sketch on a flower that is freshly bloomed. There is so many flowers that one can choose to draw and I have some favorites that I will eventually make tutorials out of. But let me introduce this first lesson of the day, I will be teaching you all “how to draw a blossom step by step”. Blossoms are sometimes the prettiest a flower will ever get. Than again sometimes a plant will look hideous until it starts to blossom and eventually flower. One of my favorite of all blossoms is a “rose blossom”. When a rose fully blooms it looks absolutely stunning to a point where you want to keep a bouquet in your house at all times. Rosebuds are also very pretty too. The blossom that I sketched out is that of a cherry tree. Cherry blossoms are very beautiful because they bloom in a cluster of flowers. I think I already told you guys that I have a cherry tree in my backyard right? Well get this, it still hasn't bloomed yet. I think the cherry tree is a late bloomer, but I could also be wrong. Anyway, the sketch I drew came out very pretty and somewhat realistic. When you learn “how to draw a blossom step by step”, you will see how nice your sketch comes out. I have a lot more work to do so I must sadly depart. I shall return with more drawing fun so try and stick around okay.