How to draw a butterfly on a flower.
When a butterfly lands somewhere and sits for a while, it either folds the wings like a closed book, or spreads them out completely, or waves them up and down. I must say that the third option is the most natural and spectacular. That’s exactly the kind of butterfly we will learn to draw.
According to the rules, we need to start drawing from the biggest part. But we deviate from this requirement and start with the logical center – that is, the body of the butterfly.
Let’s draw two right wings – upper and lower:
Now you need to draw the left wings. They are symmetrical to the two right ones, but the snag is that there is another angle here!
Anyway, we drew a butterfly. Now we need to “slip” a flower under it.
For veracity and beauty, draw the veins on the wings of a butterfly. They are also symmetrical and in perspective, although they are the same, they are different.
Now we will color it in the brightest colors and it will be an unforgettable picture.
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