This easy-to-follow book shows youngsters and other would-be artists how to use simple shapes to draw realistic likenesses of nature’s loveliest blossoms. Simple step-by-step diagrams make it easy to draw 30 different types of flowers, including daisies, bluebells, buttercups, roses, tulips, violets, morning glories, daffodils, pansies, zinnias, and many others.
Once the drawings are completed, students can color them to create lovely effects. They can also combine drawings of several flowers on one sheet of paper to produce a beautiful bouquet they’ll be proud to show family and friends.
About the Author
Barbara Soloff Levy has created over two dozen "How to Draw" guides for Dover, plus many other activity books. Since retiring from her job as an elementary school art teacher, she devotes much of her time thinking up new ideas for this popular series.
Table of ContentsEvening Primrose
Bird of Paradise
Lily of the Valley
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My daughter, age 7, loves to draw these simple flowers! The directions are easy to follow and the flowers are easy to recreate.
Flowers are a sigh of love and beauty. I like drawing them because they just pretty. This book is great i reccomend it to anyone.
very simple, easy to follow, but boring
Teaches you how to draw them step by step