VIDEO: Loosen Up Your Floral Art

Loosen Up Your Floral Art with flowers drawn with crayon by Kim Dellow

I am back on YouTube today with a new art exercises to help you to play with your floral art and loosen it up.

So be prepared to explore your colours and mark making for this one. If you can sit yourself down in front of some flowers or plants to use as your inspiration.

But don’t worry if you aren’t able to as I have a reference photo that is free for you to use in your personal art. You will find the link to your photo in the supplies below!




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Any paper
Leftover paper that has colour on it works nicely but, really, any paper or surface you like to work on. I am working on ordinary printer paper that has leftover acrylic paint on it.

Or coloured pens, pencils etc. I will be using my Caran d’Ache Neocolor II crayons [Affiliate Link].

Flowers or a photo
I have a FREE reference photo for your own personal use up on my Art Club page. Already an Art Club member? Then checkout this post for your reference photo bundle, there are some extra photos for you to play with!

Loosen Up Your Floral Art with flowers drawn with crayon by Kim Dellow

Have fun when you loosen up your floral art and if you are looking for more art to do this weekend then come and join my Art Club or checkout some of these playlists on YouTube:

Different floral art ideas to keep you arting.

Drawing Ideas to help you to draw more.

Playful art to do this weekend.

Happy arting,


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Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

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