How to Draw a Pansy

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A pansy is a very specific type of flower that is oval shaped. Draw a pansy with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Jessica and I'm an artist. And today, we are going to draw a pansy. So the first thing you want to do when drawing your pansy is you want to have a nice sort of a round shape, kind of ovular and round. Now a pansy is such an interesting flower because it's got almost something that looks like a face on it. So the pansy also has these kind of sort of ruffly type edges. So there you go. We are going to do a nice yellow pansy. So to show that face look that it has on it we are going to draw this kind of shape in the middle. It's almost like eyes. Almost like large eyes. And there's two of these.There's sort of these two large eye shapes in the side. And then there's a little bit of a space for the what you maybe you would call the nose. So lets leave that, lets leave a little space there for where that nose area is going to be. And then it's got this additional large part on the bottom that also has almost like a face quality to it, like maybe a mouth or what have you. And we are going to fill that in. There we go. It doesn't go all the way quite all the way to the edge but it leaves a little bit of a border near the edge. Then we are going to fill in the rest of the flower. We are going to fill it in to show that color, that vibrant color that makes a pansy, a pansy. It gives it those characteristics. So fill it in all around the edges. Around that sort of face part of the pansy. Around those eyes and the mouth fill it in. And then of course no flower would be complete without a lovely stem. So I'm going to put a little stem on there and some nice big flower leaves on the stem. There you go. And before you know it you have drawn a pansy.

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