In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a cherry blossom. I promise that the lesson will not be difficult.
Every spring, nature delights us with the lush flowering of garden trees. Cherry flowers are small, have a pale pink color and exude a pleasant aroma. With the help of a simple instruction, you will draw a fragment of a branch on which there are several large blooming flowers and a small bud that has not yet blossomed.
Freehand lines are allowed in this tutorial, so the shape of the branch or buds may differ slightly from my example. The main thing is to remember the sequence of steps. You can apply the acquired skills in the future when creating new beautiful drawings.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 35 minutes.
How to Draw a Cherry Blossom
- Draw the main branch.
Depict an uneven line that is located diagonally.
- Add the side branches.
Depict another small branch and two offshoots.
- Sketch out the sepals.
Using wavy lines, draw three small sepals.
- Depict the bottom contours of the buds.
Add the lower parts of the buds with smooth, rounded lines.
- Draw the top of the bud.
In the side flower, depict the top part with a few smooth lines.
- Add the tops of the rest of the flowers.
Depict the individual spiky petals on the other two flowers.
- Sketch out one big flower.
On the top of the branch, draw one blooming flower that has five petals.
- Detail the flowers.
Add the stamens on the large flower and veins on the rest of the flowers.
- Color the drawing.
Use brown for the branch and color the petals light pink.
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