Hi everybody — it’s Ana! Welcome to the final installment of my floral tutorial series! Last week I showed you how to draw poppies in How to Draw Flowers Part 2. In the spirit of autumn’s imminent arrival, today I will teach you how to illustrate a sunflower. You’ll need a pencil, black pen, gold watercolor, and a brush. Keep reading to learn more!
Hello, my fellow creatives! It’s Ana with another Tutorial Tuesday! (Can we unofficially officially call it that yet?) Last week, we covered how to draw geraniums in the How to Draw Flowers: Part I tutorial. For today’s tutorial, I will teach you step-by-step how to draw a highly requested flower … poppies!
Watercolor wreaths add elegance and artistry to any project: snail mail, wedding materials, and bullet journals, to name a few. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how relaxing wreaths are to draw! Put on a good podcast, have some hot tea, and go to town on making a beautiful watercolor wreath of your own with this tutorial!
As I point out in this post, there’s no specific “flourishing formula” that I can provide you with … you’ll have to follow your heart on this one! However, there are some basic concepts/examples and a helpful worksheet that I have created here for you. It is my hope that after reading this blog post, you’ll decide to make a fun, flourishy piece that you impress even yourself with!