|Date Added: March 1, 2011|
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Description: As you can see from the video lessons on the front page, you will be getting another tutorial on the water lily but this time it's going to be in a step by step version. I have a lesson from a while ago on this pretty flower that floats on the water, and to tell you the truth I thought it could use another cleaner version because the older one is a little messy. I'm just going to be brief with this tutorial description on "how to draw a water lily", step by step because I already submitted the video drawing lesson earlier today. I had fun redrawing this flower, and since it is a popular bloom, I think you will enjoy this submission too. The reason why I love these flowers is because they are so beautiful and dainty looking. The water lily are perennial plants that usually grow in dense batches or colonies. The leaves of the water lily are larger then the bloom, and they form a perfect circle with a perfect slit that looks like a mouth or PAC-Man. They are very green in color, and they float at the top of the waters surface. The lily can be found right near their pads, and each flower has about twenty five petals with a bright yellow center. They are also very fragrant, and lilies can be found in different shades. Whats nice about the water lily is how they sleep at night, and awake with every sun rising day. What I mean by that is, with every morning that passes the lily opens up in full bloom, and when the sun sets in the late afternoon, the flower closes to sleep. I really had fun and if you are a big flower fan, you will enjoy this tutorial too. See ya folks, and remember to keep those eyes peeled for more drawing fun.