Did you know I have an entire series on floral drawings?
And did you know that the series includes a full, FREE workbook?
The workbook includes step by step instructions to help you draw each floral!
You can use the worksheets to trace or to have them for reference as you freehand alongside me. The link to download them is at the end of the post.
First Things First…
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- Micron Pens (sizes 01, 03, 05) – You don’t have to have multiple sizes (or even these exact pens). One pen is totally fine if that’s what you have available.
- Rhodia Paper – Any paper will work!
- Pencil – Any pencil will work!
- Eraser – Any eraser will work!
Rather watch than read? No problem! You can watch the full compilation by clicking the video below!
Let’s Get Started!
As I mentioned, I have an entire floral doodle series. Daisies, calendulas, anemones, dahlias, peonies, sunflowers, lilies, leaves, berries, tulips – SO MANY FLORALS.
Since there are so many posts and videos in this series, I made two compilations.
In this Part 2 Compilation, you will find dahlias, calendulas, sunflowers, lilies, floral doodles, and floral wreaths.
And that’s a wrap!
Don’t forget to grab your worksheets below.
If you’re interested in the full step-by-step tutorials, you can start with sunflowers here. 🙂
Download your FREE floral doodles workbook here!
And finally, your dad joke…
What type of garden did the baker have?
A flour garden.