12 Flower Doodles - Easy to Make!

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12 Flower Doodles - Easy to Make!

By watching this video tutorial, you will learn 12 different flower doodles that are easy to make.

If you want to learn how to draw different flowers, this tutorial will be of great help to you since the creator of this video will teach you how to make these 12 flower doodles and give you the necessary instructions to make it very easy to do them.

So grab a pen and start drawing these beautiful flowers that you will surely love! Don't miss this amazing opportunity, we are sure you will like it and maybe you can use it in future projects.

If you're new to illustration, floral doodles are a great way to practice and learn. No matter your skill level, anyone can learn to draw.

Start by blocking out a 3 by 3 grid in your notebook, with room for nine different floral doodles. The designer will start each flower with a pencil guide, so also have a mechanical pencil and an eraser.

To start this practice, you will invent a flower before drawing it on the spot. It's always fun to draw them because you can be creative and you can't go wrong.

You will start with a few stems, the leaves can be pointed or round as desired. For the flowers, you will make a very shallow petal in the front, a circular stamen, and then three more petals.

After drawing it in pencil, you can go over it with a 04 point pen.

For the second doodle, you'll start with a large petal in the center, then tuck in two on each side and the last two in the back. With a pencil, you can always reshape them to make them level.

Add some center shading and messy leaves and you're ready to go in the pen. You can also use a second fineliner with a smaller tip to add shadows and details.

The fourth is based on a gladiolus. Starting with two long stems, you'll add small ovals at the top for the buds and pencil in larger ovals to place the flowers.

On the feather you need to move the line around the flowers more for a more realistic look, the curved line helps show the shape of the trumpet but it doesn't really match until you add shading with the tip 02.

The third and fifth have many branches with small curved leaves, a scribbled stamen and tall, slender petals for the single flower.

Don't be afraid to draw whatever pops into your head, it can be really easy and fun. The fifth started with the U-shaped flowers and their funny stamens. Remember that leaves and stems can be anything you can think of!

The sixth is based on a daisy, which I always use a guide for. Starting with a large oval, you will place another oval lower than the middle to mark the stamen and the center of the flower.

Using the lines coming out of the original oval will give you a guide to the length of all the petals and you can shape them. They shouldn't be perfect or even, some are layered and some have gaps between them.

Based on an apple blossom, the eighth doodle starts with two flowers. Tiny dots in the center and five messy petals come together very quickly. Join a thicker stem or branch, and you can add heart-shaped buds and lots of leaves.

Whether you're planning a larger piece of art or doodling in your journal, I hope you can find some inspiration.

There is no one way to approach drawing flowers, either from life or from your own imagination. If you want to know step by step how to make these 9 doodles, watch this amazing video tutorial!

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Source: Shayda Campbell

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