Sunday, March 30, 2014

How To Draw Cherry Blossoms, Free Drawing Worksheet

This printable how to draw worksheet is a simple approach to drawing cherry tree blossoms. It will give the young artist confidence in drawing.   Parents and teachers will be able to use this in many ways in class and at home.

There are different types of cherry blossoms. This project illustrates the blossom that are most simple.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing of Cherry Blossoms do not turn out the way you hoped do not give up. Learning to draw takes time and practice. Come back to this blog every day and do another lesson. In no time, you will be making art that you will be proud of.

To print the worksheet above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems see the HOW TO PRINT TAB above for some suggestions.

How To Draw Cherry Blossoms, Free Worksheet.

YOU MAY PRINT THE PROJECT NOTES BELOW.

DESIGN STAGE
Lightly draw two or three circles to place the blossoms where you want them on the paper. Make them interesting and not in a row. At the center of each circle draw a smaller circle. The cherry branch is mostly straight so lightly sketch a line going across the blossoms for the branch behind the blossoms. Place two or three leaves behind the blossoms coming off of the branch.

DEVELOPING THE DESIGN
There are five petals on the blossom, use five lines to divide the circles into even sections. Inside each section draw a teardrop shaped petal. The petals should not touch each other.
The center of the flower is a circle of short fuzzy hairs just draw short wavy lines in a row on the circle.
Draw little circles halfway between the ends of the blossoms and the center. Connect the circles to the center with a thin line.

BRANCH AND LEAVES
The branch has little bumps where new growth is happening, draw one or two little bumps on the branch. The leaves have a fold in the middle, draw it as a line and then use a shadowing technique on one side of the line so it looks like a fold. The branch is darker than the leaves.

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