Daffodil Nature Drawing

Posted on March 26 2020

Daffodil Goldfaber Sketch

Nature drawing with Goldfaber Color Pencils and Pitt Artist Pens®!

Hi everyone, Mou Saha here welcoming spring with a page full of daffodils. I am working with a Castell® 9000 Pencil, Creative Studio Pitt Artist Pen®, & Goldfaber Color Pencils. I have made a complete materials list for you.

Materials:

Castell® 9000 Graphite Pencil Design Set - Tin of 12 - #119064

Pitt Artist Pen® - Essential Art - #770075

Goldfaber Color Pencils - Tin of 48 - #214748

Kneadable Art Eraser - Assorted Colors - #127321

5 x 11 inches white cardstock

Daffodil Sketch

Start with a light sketch of daffodils with the Castell 9000 pencil 4H. We still have snow here but the daffodils are starting to appear.

Daffodil sketch with Pitt Artist Pen

Go over the pencil drawing with a black superfine tip Pitt Artist Pen.

Erase the pencil lines with the kneadable art eraser.

Daffodil sketch with Goldfaber color pencil

Start coloring the flowers using various shades of yellow Goldfaber Color pencils.

Yellow and green daffodil sketch with Goldfaber Color Pencil

Color the stems and leaves using various shades of green Goldfaber Color pencils.

Daffodil sketch

Color the ground brown to finish.

I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial as much as I enjoyed creating it. What would you create to welcome spring?

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