You could call this an abstract version of how to draw a dandelion. Turn the ends into dots while drawing with metallic markers on black paper. It’s a pretty addictive.
This how to draw a dandelion tutorial shares my favorite way to make a radial design that results in pretty consistent lines and patterns, without and tedious measuring.
It’s all about estimating where middle lines should go to split areas in half. If you split large shapes in half, over and over again, you end up with a drawing that looks neat, but still hand drawn.
Note: This project is a sample from a recent art project ebook. If you like it, there are 19 more in “Spring Projects” in my PDF Shop.
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1. Draw a center circle. Draw 4 radiating lines out to divide into quarters. Add another line in between to make eighths.
2. Split each space in half again with another centered line in between each.
3. Split each space in half again with another centered line in between each.
4. Draw a row of ball at the end of each line. Add another row of balls.
5. Draw circles inside, using different metallic colors. Finish with a stem.
6. Start another dandelion with the center and repeat steps until your page is full.