How to Draw FLOWERS using Basic SHAPES
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How to Draw FLOWERS using Basic SHAPES

Learn how you can use basic shapes to draw different types of flowers!
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Have you ever spent hours drawing a flower only to realize after you’re done that it’s crooked and not even close to where you want it on the page?

This drawing approach can help you easily plan out your entire drawing in just a few short minutes, so you know everything’s in the right place, is the right size and if something’s off, you can easily fix it before you commit hours to drawing all the intricate details.

Open your sketchbook and get ready to draw some simple shapes like circles, triangles, and ovals, but don’t be afraid to morph them to your advantage as well!

If you have any additional ideas or insights to share with the community, please leave them in the comment section. We’d love to hear it 🙂 Thank you!!

If you haven’t seen the INTRO video called “How to Draw ANYTHING Using Simple Shapes”, please watch it here:

– 0.5mm Dollarstore Mechanical Pencil (Studio brand)
– 0.5mm 4B lead (I recommend HB lead for sketching. Reason I used 4B was so my lines would be darker for better viewing experience):
– Prismacolor Kneaded Eraser:

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00:00 – Intro
00:42 – Example #1: Purple Daisy
03:32 – Example #2: Sunflowers
03:54 – Example #3: Yellow Rose
10:21 – Example #4: Pink Lotus
14:52 – Example #5: Apple Blossom
20:25 – Part 2 Preview!
20:37 – Additional Reference Images

Reference photo credits: Pixabay and Pexels

Overhead Camera and Lens (Sony A6500):
Video Capture Card:
Overhead Camera Crane:


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