We are drawing a couple of flowers. At first we’ll show you how to draw this flower completely from A to Z. Draw a small oval at the top of the sheet.
Draw a long stem down from it.
It’s a flower’s detail, the petals grow from it. Draw the small “scales” inside the oval.
They are thin near the basis, widen upward. Draw them small because there are a lot of petals.
The upper part of the petals resembles a crown with three prongs. The Central “prong” rises above the rest ones.
Draw the desired number of petals. They are located at a short distance but they are not in touch.
The leaves are thin and straight, smoothly narrow on top.
Draw a stem with a small bud which hasn’t opened yet.
Draw another flower on the left side using the same scheme.
Don’t forget about the leaves.
You can draw any number of cornflowers.