Want to learn how to draw leaves and flowers? Check out this guide shared by Luli Reis, an illustrator specializing in botanical watercolor
Observation is the most important skill for those who create botanical art, after all, nature, together with its nuances and particularities, serves as a starting point and inspiration for everything that will be created. Over time, you will be able to perceive and learn patterns that are repeated in several botanical varieties.
Brazilian visual artist and illustrator Luli Reis (@lulireis) seeks to convey her love and admiration for botanical life through expressive watercolor compositions. In her creative process, the details of leaves and flowers play a crucial role in expressing and reproducing the beauty and enchantment present in nature.
To teach you how to draw these flowers and leaves, Luli shares a guide with practical and efficient tips on how to observe botanical anatomy and use it in favor of your creations.
With this guide, you will be able to understand how to draw the folds and twists present in various botanical elements and how to identify the most important parts of each plant.
By clicking on the button below, a file in .pdf format will appear in the Downloads folder of your computer, with the Free Guide to Learn How To Draw Flowers and Leaves, by Luli Reis.
This download will be available until April 19, 2021. If you want to access the material after that date, you can sign up to Luli’s course, Botanical Watercolor: Illustrate the Anatomy of Flowers.