|Date Added: August 17, 2011|
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Description: If you don’t already know, I have been super busy over the past few weeks and because of this I will be brief with some of the descriptions that I provide for each lesson I submit. I don’t think I will be uploading more tutorials today, but I will be back tomorrow with some more stuff that I think you will enjoy. For now though, let me take you on another flower journey that will trick your mind into smelling a fragrance that is not there. If you look in the flower section under the ‘pop culture’ category, you will see that I have a tutorial on drawing a magnolia. Today, I will fill a request and teach you peeps "how to draw magnolias", step by step. One of the main reasons why these flowers are so popular is because they are beautiful, and they omit a strong lemon like fragrance that is very strong. Just one bloom will smell up a whole room into blissful aromatic heaven. A common thing that folks do with magnolias is place them in pools as part of a decorating concept for special occasions. They are also used for banquet bouquets, as well as center pieces using crystal vases. The magnolia bloom is not from a bush, they are actually flowers that grow on the branches of the magnolia tree. It may seem like this flower would be complex to replicate, but the truth is magnolias are pretty easy to draw if you take your time and follow an awesome lesson. I think you will find that when it comes to creating this flower, you will be pleasantly pleased that it was actually a fun task to take on. Thanks for joining me once again guys, I hope you enjoyed the drawing day.