How To Draw A Frangipani Flower Step by Step

How To Draw A Frangipani Flower easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Flower drawing tutorial for beginners and All.

How To Draw A Frangipani Flower

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel :  BKB Art Universal

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

The first thing you need to do is create a circle for the center of the guide flower. Add the middle liner, then proceed to step two.

Step 2

Here you will start by sketching the first pedal. Notice the pedal looks more like a spoon. It bends to one side to form a cup-like shape.

Step 3

Start sketching the second pedal like so. Notice how the pedal is thicker or wider than the first pedal you make.

Step 4

Now start the sketching process to make your third flower pedal just like that. The details near the edge of the flower will make your Plumeria pedal look like a cube.

Step 5

Almost done, guys. We will tackle our fourth springboard. This will look like a cup. The edge of the pedal should fold into both sides and should also have some detailing.

Step 6

For the final drawing process, all you have to do is outline the final pedal. add some small details, remove the errors because you will start the shading process now.

Step 7

Start with a dark base in the center of the pedal. As you move away from the center, start increasing the contrast.

Step 8

Notice that the second pedal is not as dark as the other pedal. This is because the light source is coming from the left side of the flower position. in the midst of the darkness remains.

Step 9

Make your third flower pedal ball. The bottom and center of the flower should be darker, then the rest of the stirrup.

Step 10

Finally, shade the rest of the pedals like that. The ends or ends of the pedals should be lighter than the rest. When you’re done, you can show everyone what you’ve just sketched. Remember that you can always choose to use pastels, crayons, or even watercolors when coloring this flower.

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