How to Create Simple Watercolor Flowers
Beginner artists sometimes find it daunting to paint flowers. When this happens, I always tell my students to take a deep calming breath start seeing the world in simple shapes. Everything is composed of shapes, so looking at your subject, consider the general recognizable outside shape. This works for almost any subject, whether it’s a building, a figure, scenery, fruit, flowers, or animal. Since many people want to enjoy painting simple watercolor flowers, I’ll share easy-to-follow steps to do them here. We’re painting a tulip on this example, but feel free to go for any other flower. The important thing is to think simple. If you’re painting a different flower, you can apply similar methods.