Learn how to draw a flower crown with this simple tutorial. This guide consists of just nine very easy steps.
Now you will learn how to draw a flower crown. In spring and summer, girls love to decorate their heads with a beautiful wreath of flowers.
This is not a real crown, but such an ornament looks very cute and can give a special charm to any girl. To make such a crown, you can use various flowers on a long stem. It can be both fresh flowers and artificial ones. These flowers need to be intertwined with each other in a certain way, forming a ring or half-ring.
In the picture, you see a flower crown of several bright red flowers. You can easily draw such a crown, even if you have not had to do this before.
This tutorial consists of a few simple steps and is designed specifically for beginners. Freehand lines are allowed in this tutorial when you draw flower petals, so you won’t have any trouble. Follow all the steps in sequence and use small hints.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Flower Crown
- Draw the middle of the first flower.
Using wavy lines draw the middle of the bud.
- Depict the edge of the bud.
Using wavy lines, draw some petals around the edges.
- Add part of the next flower.
On the left side, start drawing the next flower.
- Draw the rest of the second flower.
Sketch out some wavy lines to make the lush bud.
- Add the middle of the next flower.
On the right side, draw some wavy lines to depict the middle of the flower.
- Sketch out the bud.
Add some jagged lines to depict the outer petals of the bud.
- Depict the last flower.
On the right, draw the fourth free-form flower.
- Draw the leaves.
In different parts of the crown, add small narrow leaves.
- Color the drawing.
Choose green for the leaves, red for the flowers, pink for the highlights on the petals.
As usual, at the end of the lesson, I want to offer you a short version of the lesson in PDF format. Download the file and complete the drawing lesson any time you want.
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