As always, in order to simplify the process of drawing as much as possible, we recommend you to draw the first stages schematically. To do this, you need two cross lines in the center of the sheet. It’s advisable to draw them using a ruler. They determine the location of some details, the flower’s position on a sheet of paper, its size.
We begin to create our flower with the cup which is the middle of the flower.
It’s enough to draw it with the help of two small ovals; they are slightly overlaid.
Transform the contour of the front oval into a wavy line. The middle of daffodil looks like a bell.
Middle of the Cup
The inner part of the cup contains a column and stamens. You can use some small strokes to depict them visually in the picture.
Attach the petals to the cup. They have a wide rounded shape. They are pointed at the end.
Each next petal must overlay the previous one.
Keep drawing the petals in a circle.
We have already done most of the work. It’s time to erase the lines that were drawn primarily. Do this very carefully not to damage the finished details of the drawing.
Then draw two thin parallel lines down from the flower.
Daffodil’s leaves are thin, ribbon-shaped, high. Just draw one leaf on one side.
Then draw the leaf on the other side.
It only remains to compare your work with the instruction. If all the details are present and you haven’t missed anything, do clear outlines. The drawing is ready!