For this mini-lesson, I’ll show you how to draw a stunning Stargazer Lily from start to finish. I’ll be using gray-toned paper, a range of graphite pencils and white charcoal. You’ll also want to have a kneaded eraser and a sheet of tracing paper to place under your hand. I start out by making some reference marks so that I place the entire image right where I want it on the page. Then I determine the basic shape of the flower – a cone. I lightly sketched the cone and ellipse, then used a contour construction method to draw the petals and leaves. Now comes the fun part of rendering the flower using tones of graphite and white charcoal. I decided to let some of the flower vignettes for a traditional look. I hope you enjoy this demo. Take a look at my drawing workshop for a full explanation of seven construction methods that will allow you to draw anything realistically!
116- How to Draw a Lily
with Marla Baggetta
My free online minilessons in art are a fantastic way to learn more about your craft, regardless of your skill level. There are lessons available on everything from basic drawing techniques to complex painting methods, and no matter what your interests are, you’re sure to find something that appeals to you. Whether you’re a beginner who’s just starting out, or a seasoned artist who wants to brush up on your skills, these minilessons are a great resource. These lessons are available anytime, anywhere. So whether you’re looking for a quick refresher or want to explore something new, be sure to check out some of my minilessons at Painting Lessons with Marla.
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