How to Draw an Opening Flower

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Drawing an opening flower means drawing a flower as its blooming, probably in the springtime. Draw an opening flower with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jessica and I'm an artist and today we're going to draw an opening flower. So, when we have an opening flower basically, we're gonna, what we're going to do is we're going to do a bunch of petals, because an opening flower is generally one that has a lot of petals, and then the petals open to reveal the flower inside. So, we're going to take, basically just going to draw a few petals. And, when you draw your petals you're going to just, you don't have to elaborate too much on them they can kind of be these shapes, these lines and circles that all come together to create this flower. So, we've got a few different pieces here on this flower that are all coming together. And then, once you've got that all situated, one of these petals is going to start to actually kind of open up a little bit and maybe one more over here. So, basically it's like layers, almost maybe layers of an onion or something that are just all kind of opening up. So this flower also, we're going to give it a little bit of greenery underneath like so and those hold all the petals together. That green flower, and then we have our leaves. And, the petals you can just keep adding them until you've got this kind of open flower. And that is how you draw an opening flower.


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