Sunday, 5 August 2012

Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings Biography
It is very interesting; why we are attracted so much to hand-made drawings and sketches and tend to decorate them all around the house?

We feel more peace and harmony radiating from a simple pencil drawing. More than from a perfect photo.

I think there must be something…

Visual art is an inseparable and important part in our life.

We humans need and must have beauty around us in order to feel good.

Beauty has tremendous power.

Beauty helps us to become better beings.

Beauty helps this world to become a better place to live.

In our hi-tech digital era, we have access to all cutting edge technology gadgets.
We can create stunning pictures, yet we often prefer something hand-made.

Handmade stuff is often inaccurate in its shape or maybe resemblance.

So why do we feel so good to stare at something that is handmade for seemingly no reason?

When you make your own artwork, it has instantly your personal imprint in it.

Your real you shows up in it.

Hand-made drawings or paintings have a spirit. They become alive and actually speak to us.

Yes, I know, it sounds bizarre but this is what we all feel. More and more people are looking for alternative ways to replace photos wherever they can.

Maybe it’s just you who want to make a simple illustration, to draw or sketch into your journal.

When you illustrate your traveling journal or diary with simple drawings or sketches it adds an extraordinary value to the plain text.

From the deepe­st valleys to the highest mountains, flowers and plants can be found in all shapes, sizes and colors. On the following pages, you can bring out your inner a­rtist as you learn how to draw flowers and plants.

The easy, step-by-step instructions on the following pages will teach you how to draw everything from daisies and daffodils to strawberries and spider plants. All you need is a No. 2 pencil, a pencil sharpener, and an eraser. Then use How to Draw Flowers & Plants to practice drawing for hours!

Each drawing begins with a few simple shapes printed in red ink. The second step shows the first drawing in black. The new shapes and marks you're going to add appear in red. This shows you how to make step one's drawing look like that in step two.

The following steps also show the earlier drawings in black and the new marks and shapes in red.

A blank space near each step lets you practice your drawing skills. You can also compare your drawing with the printed one. Draw lightly with your pencil. This makes it easier to erase mistakes and other marks that change slightly in later steps.

When you have finished, use a pen or fine felt-tip marker to darken the pencil marks that make up the finished drawing. Then gently erase any remaining pencil marks.
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
Flowers Pencil Drawings
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