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Thursday, September 12, 2013

How To Draw Dogwood Blossoms Worksheet

How to draw dogwood tree flowers is a rewarding project that will give any young artist pride in their accomplishment. The worksheet below may be printed for personal use.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing of the dogwood blossoms do not turn out the way you hoped do not get discouraged you are learning to draw. Learning to draw takes practice so come back every day and print another lesson and sketch it in no time you will be surprised at what a good artist your are becoming.

How To Draw Dogwood Blossoms Worksheet.
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Start with some circles that are all the same size and one oval for interest. (Draw these lightly so you can erase later.) In the center draw a light circle.

There are four petals like a cross; they are like narrow hearts, draw them inside the circles. Draw the top one first, then the bottom one next, then one on the left and the one on the right last, that way they are even. Don't try to make them perfect or the same because in nature nothing is perfect some are twisted or wilted.

The branches are curved from above they go down and up under the flowers. draw two lines one for each side.

The leaves are teardrop shaped in twos and come off of their own little branches. Put some leaves behind the flowers for realism

In the center are a lot of little dots sticking up.

Shade the area around the flower so it the only thing left white, or color them ping. The leaves are bright green and the branches are red-brown.

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