Daisy Flower Drawing Step by Step

The basic step-by step drawing guide that follows

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Let’s draw your daisies. Daisy is a native of Europe but is now a popular flower throughout North America. In the beginning, it is necessary to draw circles using the aid of an compasses. The circle aids us to make the flower head shape.

So , in the first step, we draw an outline of a circle. Then we draw a circle on the top to draw a full flower on the paper. We’ll then begin drawing the petals over the top that of the bloom. The flower is surrounded by an outer disc that is which are laid out in the form of a spiral.

Step 2:
In the next step we’ll draw the petals. The petals are long, oval and they are laid out along the disk. A central disc is within the flower. Draw a circle of black centering it with flowers. Then draw those long and oval-shaped petals over the over the top, as depicted in the reference image.

Step 3:
The next step is making a drawing of the plant’s stem. The stem is an essential design. The stem contains all the nutrients needed by the plant to live. It is even able to survive in snowy areas. Chrysanthemum’s stem has a straight. Thus you can trace the stem perfect perfection.

Step 4:
As a fourth step we draw chrysanthemum leaf shapes with tiny teethed leaves that have smooth borders. The leaves start at the center of the flower’s stem. These leaves have a green color and have the midline vein. Medial veins within the leaf are responsible for maintaining the health of the leaf by delivering nutrients to different areas in the leaf.

We’ll draw 2 to three leaves from the stems of Chrysanthemum. The leaves are small and sharply serrated. Leaves give the chrysanthemum an attractive appearance. Chrysanthemums are available in a variety of shades like blue, orange and red, as well as purple, white, among others.

Step 5:
We’re ready to paint our beautiful chrysanthemum design. Create an organic appearance by coloring red and orange, as well as yellow, or pink for the flowers and using green as the leaf. I hope that kids will enjoy this drawing and find it enjoyable.

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