Ten-Step Drawing: Flowers: Learn to Draw 75 Flowers in Ten Easy Steps!

Ten-Step Drawing: Flowers: Learn to Draw 75 Flowers in Ten Easy Steps!


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Featuring illustrated tutorials for drawing 75 different flowers, Ten-Step Drawing: Flowers breaks down each subject into 10 simple steps. All you need to get started is a pen or pencil and a piece of paper!

With Ten-Step Drawing: Flowers, learn to create an array of flowers and botanicals, step by easy step. From blooms and blossoms to floral bouquets, beginning artists will delight in the varied selection of subjects; as well as how easy it is to recreate them in ten simple drawing steps. Handy prompts help encourage artistic individuality and include helpful tips for drawing other subjects not featured in the book. Approachable text and step-by-step drawings make learning to draw fun and easy, and the portable format allows for spontaneous drawing wherever you may be.

Designed especially for aspiring illustrators, doodlers, and art hobbyists, the fun and approachable books in the Ten-Step Drawing series encourage new artists to get acquainted with the basic principles of drawing so they can learn to create art with confidence. Ten-Step Drawing: Flowers is sure to encourage even the most reluctant artist to break out a sketchbook and doodle to their heart's content. So grab a pencil and start drawing!

Also available in the Ten-Step Drawing series: Animals, Nature, and People.


From the Publisher

Ten-Step Drawing: Flowers – Pansy

1 Start with a rough circle guideline.

2 Add a small circle in the center of the circle.

3 Draw the bottom petal, starting from the small circle and

moving out to the bottom-left edge of the circle.

4 Add the petal on the right.

5 Add the petal on the left.

6 Draw the top two overlapping petals.

7 Add detail to the center of the flower and erase the guide.

8 Draw a jagged-edge guideline for the color detail on the petals.

9 Add the leaves and stem.

10 Use pale blues and purples to create the characteristic markings

on the petals, and erase the jagged guideline. Keep the yellows separate; as overlaying the colors will turn them muddy. The colors on the petals of a pansy will help you practice blending different colors, such as the blues, purples, and yellows shown here.

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