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Draw Dried Flowers using Ink Pen

teacher avatar Marina P., Ink Artist | Illustrator

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Trailer

      1:02

    • 2.

      Materials

      0:26

    • 3.

      Tiny Rose

      8:21

    • 4.

      Round Flower

      8:17

    • 5.

      Conclusion

      0:32

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If you are an absolute beginner or want to improve your inking or want to have fun this class is for you! Together we draw two dried flowers that I prepared. From shape to final touches. All you need is start drawing along the video.

If you think that you can’t draw at all, I’ll show you that this is nonsense.

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Marina P.

Ink Artist | Illustrator

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I create classes on Skillshare where you can learn my technique, tools and secrets. I hope my knowledge can help you to develop your own artistic skills. Join me. I can't wait to see what you make!

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1. Trailer: Hi, in this short class, we are going to draw two types of dried flowers. I'll show you how to draw in this way from shape to find out thats good angles and good-quality quality of picture will help you understand and follow all the steps that I take. 2. Materials : The materials for today's class. Basso Eurasia. In France, sketchbook or paper. 3. Tiny Rose : Java has many layers and we need to call them on paper. Can grab a pencil and try to depict what you're seeing. If you are yourself. A mentor lines. I want to use also called stippling. Dots close. It takes some time to leave some space for contrast. The last tab to add more. 4. Round Flower: The second example is his tried to ground flower. I don't know its name, but this shape is common for many flowers. First, let's draw the shape. The center is round. The petals have long and seen from I depict all petals around the central part. We've seen TPP. I always suggest to start with scene in Japan. You can make lines thicker at anytime. You can feel the Santa with slopes on Draw short curved lines which are directed towards the middle. Let's add details to Pat. I draw quick strokes with a minimum pressure on a panel. For each petal. Foot contrast, I add short lines on types of petals. Okay? And 0 to a pen. I add my black color to some parts for taps. Okay. 5. Conclusion : Thank you. I'll be very excited to see how you draw these two flowers. This is your project. Thank you again and bye-bye.