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- Drawing a cosmos flower would be a little difficult than the ones mentioned above, nevertheless, they are easy and can be sketched by anybody. Make two concentric circles having a gap of at least 1 cm.
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Hints of spring are beginning to show up, finally, and it feels so wonderful. The snow has left. The sun has returned. Taking my daughter to school, I can hear the chirp of long-missing birds returning to build their nests — jays and cardinals and robins. The chickadees are unceasing.
It doesn’t take too much to sprinkle some of that wonderful into your illustrations, and one of my favorite ways to hint at the season is to show what is growing.
Read on to learn how to draw simple flowers in your spring drawings.
Most of the time when I am including flowers, they are a texture, a way to balance color, or a suggestion of the season — not the main subject of an image. I would approach those drawings much more deliberately. In the following examples, I am just hinting at a flavor of these plants in spring drawings, not trying to capture every nuance.
As you select your background flora, think about timing and what happens together when choosing your seasonal background clues. For example, if it is important that the story you are illustrating takes place at the first snowfall, don’t show any oak trees completely naked of leaves – they sometimes hold their leaves until midwinter, or even spring!
Where I live in the upper Midwest, our first signs of spring are small — bluebells, crocuses and grape hyacinths. Little green shoots that splash color into the corners of our yards and gardens.
Here is how I draw a snowdrop.
Easy Flower Designs To Draw
When I lived in North Carolina, redbuds, magnolias and dogwoods were prominent harbingers of spring. A redbud has a light, airy construction to it, and the buds cover the branches, making it something of a neon pink sign. I build the thin branches first. Then I sprinkle the tiny pink buds along their lengths. There is no green on a redbud before the flowers bloom.
Dogwood and magnolia
Dogwoods and magnolias are sturdier than redbuds, and the flowers are larger with thicker petals. Dogwood flowers are distinctive, with their four petals and dark inverted tips. Their centers are a collection of tiny beads. The leaves and the flowers are planar, catching the sun from overhead.
Magnolia flowers are like tulips, reaching up and catching the spring rains. When the leaves come, they are deep green and glossy. Everything points up. I wouldn’t draw either tree without reference photos, usually pulled from an image search, because both magnolias and dogwoods have so many flowers at a time, and it’s difficult to capture the density, shapes and delicateness without some research.
Tulip and daffodil
Tulips too, of course, are good signs of spring, though they often come later than the other flowers we’ve looked at here. Tulips and daffodils go well with Easter, but once your lilacs begin to blossom, you are already on the cusp of summer.
Tulips are simple to draw. Just a tall, straight stem rising from the ground along with broad, tall leaves. They are usually planted deliberately, so an orderly row looks correct.
A daffodil’s trumpet ruffles out from six pointed petals. Daffodils often naturalize, and grow in clusters.
How do you indicate the seasons in your images? Which birds and bugs tell you the time of year?
Bring a garden of beautiful flowers to life in mixed media.
Rose is probably the most beautiful flower in the world. In any case, a bouquet of roses is a pleasure to receive as a gift to any girl, and even just a beautiful rose drawing, painted with paints, can cheer up. How to draw a rose, let alone a bouquet of roses, if you have never painted flowers? How to convey in a rose drawing with a pencil the beautiful shape of the petals? Rose petals have a complex shape, and drawing an opened rosebud is not easy. But, if you draw a rose in stages, step by step adding new details to the original contour, then the picture of the rose will turn out like a real one. Let’s check if this is the case, and draw the rose in stages together. If you will draw a rose on the stem, and even more so a bouquet, it is also advisable to draw a vase at the end of the picture.
First, you need to outline the petals of the rosebud. It’s not difficult to draw a circle on top of a piece of paper. It is not necessary to draw it perfectly even, it is important to consider that the rose flower will be inside this outline, so immediately draw the appropriate size of the outline of the bud. Do not forget that the bright lines are secondary and in the next steps of the drawing we will delete them. We will continue to draw the rose in the next step, but for now, add the stem to the bud.
First, draw an unopened portion of the bud in the center of the rose. After that, divide the bud into two parts by a line (in the figure it is blue). Now it will be convenient and easy to draw the lines of the petals of the left and right side of the bud.
Flower Drawing Step by Step
Now you need to draw rose petals in detail. The contours of the petals do not have to be copied exactly from my drawing, they may have a different shape.
To begin, draw a flower stalk with leaves. Draw the number of twigs and leaves arbitrarily. Most importantly, do not make the leaves too big. Note that rose leaves have streaks. For greater realism, they also need to be drawn. It remains to remove the extra contours and draw the petals in detail. In the correct image of the petals lies the whole beauty of the rose’s pattern. The upper contour of each petal is drawn by two lines connecting at the edge of the petal. This gives the impression that the edges of the petals are bent. This will also help us in the next step to create shadows in the bud, which will make the rose pattern voluminous.
At this stage, you have already drawn a real rose, it remains only to add shadows to the flower drawing will become voluminous. Imagine which side the bright light source will be to determine which side of the rose will be more illuminated. Where there will be recesses between the petals, you need to draw the shadows “thicker” by pressing the pencil harder. Shadows should be at the junction of the petals. Using your finger, rub all areas shaded with a pencil. This method smooths out the sharp lines of the pencil, and the rose pattern will look softer.
Easy Flower Drawing
Realistic Flower Drawing
Flower Drawing Easy Step By Step
The picture will look much more spectacular if, instead of tinting with a simple pencil, paint the rose with paints or colored pencils. Be sure to consider lighting when painting with colored pencils. Without shadows, the rose will look “flat,” two-dimensional. A picture of a rose with a simple pencil can even be slightly “tinted” with colored pencils. Something like this I made a picture of a rosebud (see below).
Coloring a rose’s drawing would be just perfect, but only if you have them, and if you know how to use them.
A rose can be drawn in many ways. In this way, it is convenient to draw an opened bud, detailing each rose petal in detail. Do not forget that the bright lines are secondary and in the next step of the drawing we will delete them. This step of the drawing lesson is without comment; it is in addition to the main lesson. At each stage, you need to add selected lines with a pencil. They are painted blue.
After you learn how to draw a picture of a single rose correctly, you can begin a more difficult task – to draw a beautiful bouquet of roses. Pay attention to how real roses stand in a vase, some of them have small, not yet opened buds, the stems are tilted, the leaves have different sizes. The best way to draw a bouquet of roses is to draw a living bouquet, first with a simple pencil, and then paint with paints. But even if you do not have a real bouquet of roses, you can draw roses from a color picture or photo.
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