I’ll admit it: I felt a bit intimidated by drawing this flower when it was requested by TPK readers via Instagram. However, the demand for a sunflower illustration tutorial was undeniable, so I put the pencil to paper and began! Let’s dive into how you, too, can create a floral masterpiece!
If I had to pick an absolutely gorgeous flower that seems impossible to draw, the poppy takes the cake. I can’t tell you how many times I have struggled to draw this flower — but after years of trying, I’ve finally got the hang of it! In this tutorial I’ve broken down all of the poppy’s characteristics, and my goal is to make drawing it seem much more approachable. Are you ready to jump in to How to Draw Flowers: Part 2? 🙂
I love drawing geraniums because they are beautiful and surprisingly simple! They can enhance anything from a greeting card to mail art, and drawing them doesn’t require special tools. Today, I’d like to teach you how to create this simple and beautiful flower illustration! Even if you don’t consider yourself an artist, I promise that you’ll be able to do it.
I have wanted to design and compile my own modern calligraphy starter kit for years. Finally, I decided I’ve seen enough of low-quality supplies or barebones kits that give you tools to create calligraphy but minimal information! I resolved to create a kit that would truly teach calligraphy, like a mini-calligraphy workshop in a box. Today, I’m proud to announce that The TPK Modern Calligraphy Starter Kit is available and ready to ship to your door — for free (if you’re located in the US)!
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If you’re new to calligraphy, it’s easy to feel terrified at the prospect of modifying your supplies. Ideally, they should arrive ready to use — no need to change anything! In practice, that sometimes isn’t the case. In today’s blog post, you’ll learn why, when, and how to dilute ink to make it more user-friendly!
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