|Date Added: January 24, 2010|
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Description: I was thinking about what I could draw for Valentines Day which is coming up pretty soon. Looking through both the Valentines section, and the flowers section, I came to a conclusion that I should submit a tutorial on “how to draw roses, step by step”. Since roses is the signature gift that is bought and sold by many people in America, why not sketch a nice drawing of these beautiful red flowers that signify the love and affection you feel for someone you care for. Some say giving a single rose on Valentines Day means a lot more to women then a bouquet or dozen of roses. I love the way the flowers came out, and I have to say that out of all the roses I drew and submitted on the site, these are by far my favorite. This is a perfect lesson to use if you want to give somebody something special and from the heart on V-Day. February 14th is drawing near, which means you have less then a month to do an awesome sketch of these blooms, and prepare them for delivery for that special someone in your life. The only thing you will need to buy is a nice red envelope, maybe a small box of chocolates, and that’s it. Another idea you could include with the gift is a heartfelt poem that conveys the feelings you have for that special lady, or unique guy in your life. Drawing roses is probably one of the more prettier tutorials to learn from, and to tell you the truth, I wouldn’t be surprised if I seen this tutorial in the top fifty pretty soon. I have to go gang, but don’t worry because there is still two more submissions that have to go up. Have fun with this dozen of roses, and be sure to take your time with this lesson to ensure that your sketch comes out awesome. Peace peeps, and happy Valentines Day!