Monday, June 11, 2012

How to Draw Daisies Lesson and Worksheet

Daisies are popular to draw. There are so many varieties that if you mess up don't worry it just might be a new daisy you discovered. This printable worksheet will give the young artist confidence in drawing.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT; If your drawings do not turn out the way you want do not give up learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try a few projects for ideas.

A worksheet for the lesson on how to draw daisies.
How To Draw Daisies Worksheet.
To print just highlight the image and send to your printer or save to your device for later. Some printers work better on this if you drag the image to the desktop and print from there. If you have problems see the how to print tab above.


Our daisies are drawn from the side view. Begin with a large oval with a smaller oval on top. Make nine or ten marks on the lower edge this is to keep the petals even. Draw the petals to these points. The petals are two lines curving toward each other. Erase the extra lines.

The stem is two lines give them some slight curve. The leaves are long and skinny, They are on opposite sides of the stem one above the other.

The leaves start out as one long line. Then draw two lines on each side of the long line make these two lines with zig-zag patterns starting at the stem and curving away then curving toward the first line in the center. Put some leaves behind others.

The center of the flower is fuzzy use dots and shadows to give them texture.

Color the background and all around the flower so the flower looks really white. Make the background darker toward the bottom of the picture.

An illustration for the drawing lesson on how to draw daisies.
How to Draw Daisies Illustration

(c) Adron

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