How to draw a daisy step by step | Easy Flower drawings

How to Draw a Daisy Flower with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw a Daisy Flower step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel: HTDraw

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

In the upper part of the paper, draw a perfect circle to outline the saucer in the center of the chrysanthemum.

Feel free to use the compass if you need help drawing a perfect circle. Compass is a drawing tool that allows you to draw a uniform and proportional circle quickly and easily.

To ensure that the flower will be drawn in the center, draw an intersecting horizontal and vertical line on your paper. The vertical line above the horizontal is where you should draw the circle.

Starting at the top of the paper, you have enough space to draw the entire flower along with its parts, including the stem and leaves.

Step 2

Draw Daisy’s First Three Petals
Draw three long, narrow ovals in the upper left of the circle we drew earlier.

Remember that the bottom end of the petals are not visible as they are directly connected to the disc in the center of the daisy.

Step 3

Then draw three more petals
Repeat the previous step and draw three more petals right next to the ones we drew earlier.

Make sure that the petals are even and of an even shape.

Step 4

Complete all the petals of Daisy
Continue to repeat the previous step and draw petals around the plate until all ten of your chrysanthemum petals are complete.

Now, watch when your daisies are in full bloom! Look how beautiful it is!

Step 5

Then add a stem below Daisy
Now that we have successfully drawn the flower, it’s time to draw the stem.

Just below the flower that we drew in the previous step, draw two parallel vertical lines to create the stem. Lines should be long, extending all the way to the bottom of your paper.

You can use a ruler to help you draw straight lines quickly and easily. Using this drawing tool will help ensure that your trunk is vertical and symmetrical.

Step 6

Draw a leaf attached to the stem
Draw a leaf on the left side of the stem.

The leaf can be created by drawing two connected curves. Both ends of the leaf should be pointed.

Step 7

Next, Draw another leaf on the stem
Repeat the previous step on the opposite side of the stem.

After completing this step, you should now have two full leaves attached to the stem!

Step 8

Add patterns on all the petals
To make the flower look real, it is essential to draw textures on the surface of the petal so that it looks like texture.

Creating patterns on chrysanthemum petals is simple and easy. Simply draw a short straight line across the bottom part of each petal.

Step 9

Draw a cute face in the center of the daisy
Create a happy facial expression for your buttons by drawing two small circles for the eyes and an upward curve for the smile inside the plate.

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