How to Draw Flowers.
Even if you've neverpicked up a drawing tool, you can capture the beauty of flowers when you learn to howuse basic shapes.
You will need A flower A charcoal or graphite pencil Paper and eraser.
Look closely at your flower to determine its basic shape.
Circles, ovals, triangles,cylinders, and combinations of these, are the basic shapes artists use when drawingflowers and leaves.
Draw three circles overlapping at the center as the basic shapeof a simple flower.
Add two clusters of three to five overlapping circles, surroundingthe first blossom.
Refine petal shapes by adding a more detailed outline to the petalsto improve the accuracy of the flowers' contour.
Take your artist tools to a field or gardenand draw flowers in their natural surroundings to get inspired.
Add a small circleto the center of the flowers for the stamen, and draw lines from the stamen to the petaledge to create detail.
Observe flowers from different angles to be able to capture theirthree-dimensional aspect.
Shade the dark areas of the flowers using the broadedge of your pencil lead or charcoal.
By looking deeply at your flower subject, you can capturethe beauty, delicacy, and complexity that have made flowers a romantic symbol for generations.
Did you know Did you know? Roses, nasturtiums, and violets are among the many edible flowervarieties.