I'm a people pleaser. I innately want to make those around me happy and satisfied. So when an Artist Daily reader came to me wanting to know more about how to draw flowers, I wanted to come back to them with a resource that could really get to the heart of the matter.
Our latest free eBook, How to Draw Flowers: How to Draw a Rose, Azalea, or Any Flower Drawing You'd Like, fits the bill. It really gives you all the art instruction you could want on how to draw flowers, from what medium you can use and the benefits of them all, to what surface to choose and why, to the tools you'll want on hand to pull off your flower drawing with realism and loveliness–it's all here.
There is instruction on drawing flowers like azaleas, daisies, hydrangeas, magnolia blossoms, water lilies, and, of course, detailed instruction on producing a rose drawing that may not smell as sweet as its name, but it will sure look as lovely and vibrant as the real thing! Each flower drawing mini-chapter has a step-by-step component so you see how each flower drawing comes together. So learn how to draw flowers with How to Draw Flowers: How to Draw a Rose, Azalea, or Any Flower Drawing You'd Like. I hope you like it as much as I do. Enjoy!
And if you know of an artist friend or family member who loves drawing flowers, please feel free to forward this email to them so that they can download their free copy of How to Draw Flowers: How to Draw a Rose, Azalea, or Any Flower Drawing You'd Like.