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B | Calligraphy with floral watercolor wreath

By ~Drew Europeo~, a designer for print and web, illustrator, calligrapher & a photographer from the Philippines

Playing around with the combination of organic floral shapes and structured ornamentation. With a good balance, they seem to work together well!

Floral Drop Cap

I'm back with my third post in the "How to Draw" series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full? Ok, well I'm breaking it down step by step today so if you're like me, you won't be overwhelmed any longer. But before we go any further, download your worksheet here. Your worksheet shows you the collection of botanical

Simple Steps for Drawing a Wreath

I'm back with my third post in the "How to Draw" series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full?

Playing with a logo designs today, thought I'd show how I draw a simple wreath!  1. Draw a circle (I use a protractor!) 2. Split it into 4 parts  3. Draw in some leaves 4. Draw in some berries 5. Erase!  Tag me in your work if you give it a shot! ✍

Playing with a logo designs today, thought I'd show how I draw a simple wreath! Draw a circle (I use a protractor!) Split it into 4 parts Draw in some leaves Draw in some berries Erase! Tag me in your work if you give it a shot!

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