agapanthus how to plant



Product Description: Agapanthus How to Plant

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Illustration Studio: Inking Florals features inking and watercolor tips and techniques, drawing basics, an overview of plant and flower structures, and step-by-step inking projects for a well-rounded, engaging introduction to multimedia botanical art geared toward artists of all skill levels.

You will love learning to work with ink, pencil, and watercolor as you create your own favorite plants and flowers. Step-by-step projects feature popular flowers, including poppies, peonies, roses, freesias, snapdragons, and more, for a wide variety of well-loved plants that many of us have in our own gardens and/or see while out and about. The Illustration Studio series features interactive exercises, creative prompts, and step-by-step exercises to educate and excite beginning and aspiring artists working in a variety of media and techniques, from manga and anime to illustration done in ink.

Illustration Studio: Inking Florals opens with an introduction to plant structure. Essential tools and materials are covered as well, and then you can learn all about drawing basics, ink shading tips, and watercolor techniques so that you have some basic knowledge before getting started on the more than 15 step-by-step drawing projects that round out the book. The final project is a bouquet that incorporates all of the instructions and tips that you have learned throughout the book. Each project in the book makes a beautiful keepsake item or gift for a loved one.

With Illustration Studio: Inking Florals, you can learn to draw, ink, and add watercolor to all of your favorite botanicals!

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Basic Flower Structure

Basic Flower Structure

Illustration Studio: Inking Florals

Basic Flower Structure

While it isn’t necessary to understand the intricate biology of plant structure and function to draw florals, it is a good idea to understand the basic framework of a flower. As you learn to draw flowers, you may find that you go from carefully drawing very specifically and painstakingly from reference photos to creating your own flowers from memory and imagination. This second stage of floral drawing is incredibly fun—once you understand basic plant structure and come to familiarize yourself with specific plants over time, you’ll be able to create the angles of a flower without needing to search for the perfect reference flower first. And this learning the very simple, basic structure of flowers—is the first step to get you there.

Now that you have this knowledge in your toolbox, I encourage you to get out into nature and have a look for yourself. Pick some wildflowers, deconstruct them, and see if you can label them. By understanding the separate parts of a flower, you’ll be able to structure it however you imagine on paper.

Petal: The part of the flower that attracts pollinators
Pistil: The female part of the flower (located in the center), which contains the:
Stigma: The sticky part at the top of the pistil where the pollen germinates
Style: The long, tubular structure that holds up the stigma
Ovary: Where the ovules (the part of the ovary that becomes the seed) are produced
Stamen: The male, pollen-producing part of the flower. This surrounds the stigma and contains:
Anther: Oval-shaped structure at the top of the stamen that produces the pollen
Filament: The long, threadlike structure that holds up the anther

Flowers in a jar

Flowers in a jar

Correcting Mistakes

There are a few ways to correct mistakes when working with watercolor. If you notice an error while your paint is still wet, use a clean paintbrush that is damp but not saturated. Dab this onto the error, cleaning off your brush on a clean paper towel or cloth between each dab. You can also use a clean Q-tip or the corner of a piece of paper towel to remove the mistake.

If you notice the error after the paint is dry, wet it with clean water, and once the water seeps into the paint, follow the steps above. This second technique may not work as well as the first one, but you should still get pretty good results.

If you need to paint around the area of your mistake, let the corrected area dry. If it is even a little bit wet, adding paint near the mistake may pull water into the pigment again.


LUPINE Drawing

LUPINE Drawing

LUPINE Drawing

LUPINE Drawing

LUPINE Drawing

LUPINE Drawing

Step 1

Building up these flowers is pretty simple. Keeping in mind the angle from which you are looking at a flower—whether it’s directly, at an angle, or from the side—will help you correctly draw the elements of each flower. Lupines have a rather conical shape, so make sure to give the impression that they are filled in all the way around.

Step 2

For the thicker stalks that hold up the lupines, you can shade with curved horizontal dashes that reach one-third of the way across the stalk to give the impression of roundness and sturdiness.

Step 3

Lupines come in all sorts of colors, so you will have a wide array of hues to choose from when it’s time to add color. You can leave the flowers white, or add a splash of wet-into-wet color.

ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08678RS19
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Walter Foster Publishing (May 12, 2020)
Publication date ‏ : ‎ May 12, 2020
Language ‏ : ‎ English
File size ‏ : ‎ 22905 KB
Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Enabled
Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
Sticky notes ‏ : ‎ On Kindle Scribe
Print length ‏ : ‎ 128 pages
Page numbers source ISBN ‏ : ‎ 1633228363



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