|Date Added: June 3, 2010|
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Description: Before I get to the other tribal design, I'm going to submit another lovely hearts and roses lesson that is going to be a treat for all you guys and ladies out there. This is also a good tutorial to use for your dad on Father's Day as well. If you draw the design on a white piece of construction paper, you can easily make an awesome heart felt card that can be customized to your liking. The tutorial is going to be on “how to draw hearts and roses", step by step. This is a really pretty design that I drew live yesterday along with the tribal dragon. Out of all the lessons I did for today's tutorials, my two favorites is the hearts and roses, and the tribal dragon. This submission should be relatively easy to draw since all that's involved is two hearts and two roses. The rose on each side might be the most complex to tackle, but if you can get past that task, you should be all set to finish the entire lesson. If you was to ask me what gender will like this lesson more? I would have to say females. Although males tend to get more creative than the girls sometimes, especially when they have a crush on someone, that when they want to try and make an impression. It should take you no longer than an hour to "draw hearts and roses" the way you see them in this tutorial. I guess that's all I can say about this drawing. The only thing I can suggest, use your creative mind and color in the design using a unique color pallet. I colored the hearts a pinkish red, and the roses plain red. See what you can conjure up when it's time to paint the roses and hearts to perfection. I will be back soon with more drawing fun so stay tuned in, and be sure to fill your day with colors galore.