Hi friends! Today I have a cheerful flower to remind you spring is right around the corner!
I snapped a photo of my line artwork with and without the shading incase you want to look at it when you draw or print it out and trace it. These are jpg files so you can print any size.
Watch the video see see how to create this painting step by step!
If you enjoyed this lesson you’ll love my Watercolor Flower Workshop with lessons on painting many types of flowers and how to put them together in bouquets, wreaths and swags, the options are endless once you know the basics! Click here to learn more!
Supplies (affiliate links used)
- Reference book of copyright-free images *be sure to check out used copies for savings! *The memories of a lifetime series of books is great, they come with CDs of all the images too or you can photocopy the pages. If you can get them for a good price I recommend them!
- Cute Artsy fan watercolor palette
- Waterproof pens (You can use any brand but the Pitt by Faber Castel in S size worked best for me, use less pressure for finer lines)
- Paper: Any watercolor paper 4″x8″, I used Micador Rains paper and if you are in Australia I would also recommend the Royomac Revolution synthetic brushes.
- Other daffodil tutorials: Watercolor pencil daffodil, Loose Daffodil and Ink and Wash daffodil
I hope you enjoyed this lesson and till next time happy crafting!