In this post today, we are going to share with you ten different simple flower drawings that even the most inexperienced artist can make. Looking for simple flower doodles for your journal? Continue reading!
Flowers are beautiful and delicate things, and they are quite popular subjects to paint and draw. For beginners who want to draw simple flowers in just a few strokes, this post is perfect for you.
I’ve taken the liberty to make a whole blog post to show you ten different ways to draw a simple flower that you can practice and doodle in your journals and sketchbooks. Let’s get it!
The Basics of a Flower
There are 3 components of a simple flower: the petals, the stem, and the leaf. When all three elements are combined, you can call that artwork a flower. By understanding the basic components of a flower, you can draw any flower of any kind that you want!
There was a trend on Tiktok a while back when artists were posting flowers that they draw on a single stroke. They are really easy to draw and the output is pretty.
Here’s one flower that intimidated me when I was browsing for easy flowers to draw. The lily.
With its many petals and perfect strokes, I didn’t even think to try drawing it. Until I realized there’s an easy way to make it. Here’s how I did it:
With just a few strokes, I made a pretty waterlily and it’s definitely a wonderful addition to your journal!
Delicate and pretty.
Draw a couple of swirls for the middle part and then add petals as preferred. Then add a stem and a leaf, and you have a daisy!
Now this may look a little bit complicated but poppies are just so pretty, I can’t resist drawing them down.
Here are a couple of other cute flowers you can doodle and add to your journals.
I broke them down to three easy-to-follow steps so you can easily draw them!
If you prefer something else, here are more cute and simple flower drawings.
Drawing is not a skill that you can be an expert on overnight. Drawing needs practice, diligence, and perseverance if you really want to master it. Hopefully, these simple flower drawings will help you practice, and may they add creativity to your daily life!
If you enjoyed this post, make sure to visit our blog for more! We have tips for drawing practice and other simple things to draw if you are feeling bored.
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