How to draw chrysanthemum in watercolor step by step

How to draw chrysanthemum in a watercolor 

step by step




Yellow chrysanthemum gives a person sunshine and fresh feeling
Many painting friends like to use watercolor painting chrysanthemum, but thinking is easy painting is hard.

Today I bring a group of chrysanthemum in watercolor for everyone, Step by step to teach you to use watercolor painting a chrysanthemum.

Colors: yellow, red, pink, green

 Attention: Pay attention to demitint each other. Never draw two adjacent petals at the same time.
To leave a waterline in the middle of each petal.

1, Draw the center of the flower. The petals in the center of the flower are thin and small, so use red color to draw, and add water in pigment. The center is the darkest part because it shows the compactness of the center. Color: purple + a little water

2, The petals near the center of the flower. This part, want shallower than flower center a few, draw method: Less water than flower heart to draw. Color: purple + pink+red + water

3, The outer petal of the flower, the third layer of the outer core. This section is a little shallower than the second layer. The darker the color, the closer it feels. Drawing: more water than the second layer. Color: violet + water


4, The outermost petal of the flower, which is the lightest in color and the largest in size, because the entire chrysanthemum can be seen in the outermost layer.
How to draw it: yellow + water
The dark part of the chrysanthemum petal, use orange color.


5, Adjust the overall picture. Each petal is darker near the root. Do this by each petal, the overall look, the flower is very three-dimensional. Of course, dark to the light gradient, paint with a brush dipped in water.

6, Draw the green leaves as an ornament to the chrysanthemum.


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