How to Draw a Floral Design easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Flower drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by using a series of curved, interconnected lines to outline the round center of the flower. Then use curved lines to outline three wavy petals.
Complete the circuit of the five petals using wavy curves. Draw small lines inside the center of the flower to give it texture. Next, outline the petals of a nearby flower. For each petal, use a wavy curve.
Draw another flower, this time from a different angle. Use a wavy line to draw a circular center between the petals drawn in the previous step. Use wavy curved lines to outline three more petals around the center.
Extend curved lines from the center to indicate the anthers that carry the pollen grains. Draw a small oval at the end of each other. Next to the flower, stretch two curved lines and let them meet at one point, forming a leaf.
Use five “U” shaped lines to outline another flower above the first two. Draw more leaves below them. For each leaf, stretch two curved lines and let them meet at a point. Now it’s starting to look like a flower garden!
Draw an oval in the center of the chrysanthemum outlined in the last step. Then draw leaves next to and above it. For each leaf, stretch two curved lines and let them meet at a point.
Turn some leaf-like shapes into the petals of another flower. Use a series of connected curves and a series of curves that meet at points to create its center and remaining petals. Then draw a stem with leaves extending above the flowers. Draw a long curved line for the trunk. For each leaf, stretch two curved lines and let them meet at a point.
Draw more leaves at the top of the stem. Draw another stem with leaves in the bottom corner of the bouquet. Sketch another daisy using a series of “U” shaped lines for the petals and an oval for the center.
Continue to lengthen the bottom body. Draw more leaves, and another flower with “U” shaped petals and rounded center.
Extend stem with leaves still. Then bring the drawing to life by adding animated butterflies. These simple insects can be drawn using four “U” shaped lines, with the lines of the upper wings slightly larger than the lines of the lower wings.
Color your beautiful cartoon flower pattern. Both flowers and butterflies come in a variety of colors, so get creative. Notice how we’ve shaded the butterflies to show the narrow body and wing patterns.