How to Draw Flower Designs

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Depending on what type of flower you are drawing, you have to make the beginning shapes to get started. For the flowers in this lesson you will need to start off with two circles like you see here, and then move to step two.


Next, begin drawing out the first two flower pedals for one of the flowers like you see here. These shapes should look like chic peas.


Now you will sketch out another three pedals of the same shape for the first flower and this will finish off the beginning design of the first flower.


Start sketching out the other flower, and instead of dragging out the process for another two steps, just complete the entire drawing.


All you have to do here is sketch in the stamens for each flower like so, and then draw out a few decorative leaves. Add some detailing and definition to the flowers and to the leaves, then move along to the last drawing step to begin the tribal sket   


Here is where you will draw out the tribal design concept and this is where you really want to take your time because tribal art can be complex to create. Once you have done it all, erase any visible lines to clean up the drawing.


Here is what your drawing looks like when you are all done. Now you can add a splash of color to give the design some more pizazz. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to draw flower designs.

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April 20, 2011

Description: I guess you all have been liking the stuff I have been submitting lately, so lets keep the momentum going shall we? To start this bright, or should I say cloudy day, I am going to submit a tutorial on another tattoo concept. This time you will be learning "how to draw flower designs", step by step. What I like about flower tattoos is the fact that you can draw in or ask for any type of flower or flowers you want to see in the stencil stage. If your favorite flower happens to be orchids, you can incorporate a nice tribal design along with your favorite flower. That's what I did here, I took a flower species that I think is very pretty for the season, and in the back I drew in a simple tribal pattern that flows with the flower design nicely. You can choose to tweak the concept anyway you want but for me, this is what I like. You can change the flowers to roses, carnations, tulips, or what have you. The colors are also fun to play with when all is said and done because when you add color, you are also adding more detail, and more character. I find that tattoos are a great way to express who you are and what type of personality you have. I think that this lesson is going to be fun to tackle, which makes learning "how to draw flower designs" anything but boring. I have to flutter out of here for now but I shall return. Stay tuned in because there is a lot more coming your way. Peace out people and enjoy the drawing day!

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