How to Draw a Daffodil

Artist: Dawn / September 25, 2010

Step 1.

Draw an oval shape for the center part of the daffodil, and then draw a cup like shape that holds it in place. Once that is done, make a stem line.

Step 2.

Now you will begin sketching out the ruffled edges of the center piece of the daffodil like you see here, and be sure to add an arched line off to the left.

Step 3.

Continue to sketch out the base of the center flower piece, and then begin drawing out the daffodil's petals like you see here. Notice how each petal is different sized then the others.

Step 4.

For the last drawing step, all you have to do is draw the stem, stamen, and then the rest of the petals you see here. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the flower sketch.

Step 5.

This is how the daffodil looks when you are done. Color it in, and that is all you have to do. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to draw a daffodil, step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 25, 2010
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Description: For my last lesson I will be showing you how to draw a daffodil, step by step. Now like before, I already submitted a tutorial on a set of daffodils, and in that lesson I provided some really neat information on the flowers species. What I like about daffodils is the fact they are very subtle looking, and very bright. They are great plants to draw, and they are very easy to replicate when you draw them using a tutorial like the one you see here. I have been trying to make the lessons easier than before because I want to make sure that everyone has a fair chance at drawing what they love. I know there is a bunch of flower fanatics out there, and for all you plant lovers, this submission goes out to you. I think you will enjoy my depiction of "how to draw a daffodil", step by step. There are only a handful of steps to go through which means you should be finished within five minutes. Anyways, that is all I have for you guys today, meet me back here tomorrow for more lessons to learn from. Adios people, and be sure to enjoy the rest of your drawing night!