Here such drawing of a sunflower has to turn out at the very end of a lesson. Pictures all increase so press that detailed to make out everything.
Pencil 2H we draw a core and some petals of a sunflower. Lines have to be very light. On the picture they are very darkened in a photoshop that you could see them, actually they are hardly noticeable.
Draw even more petals.
Still we add, and also leaves on each side. Do not forget to press the image to consider in more detail.
Now we draw a stalk and leaves at the left.
Then leaves on the right.
As a result such sketch of a sunflower has to turn out here. Walk an eraser on leaves a little to clarify them.
The source of color to be on the right from above, day cloudy, therefore shadows soft. If you the right-handed person we shade that at the left on the rights (as in my case), if the lefthander — that on the contrary, on the right on Leva. In reality drawing is much lighter, than on the picture. We use different pencils, I use mechanical 2H for creation of light shades, NV — for averages and 2H — for more dark, thus on light sites of the line of shading are far apart and very light, and on dark sites — we do shading close to each other and we use cross shading in some areas. On the following image more increased option.
Remember that than pressing a pencil is less, especially light there will be lines. On the lightest areas of my drawing, I do not press a pencil at all, for me it does a body weight of a pencil, therefore to the line very light. When you finish work on drawing, surely check, whether correctly you distributed light and shade, a penumbra, a twilight, etc. Check foliage, and petals, there can be you something missed.
We continue to shade.
We draw a sunflower core, it consists of circles which to the middle become small and dark. The direction has a turbinal form.
We do shading of the lower part of a sunflower.
Leaves at the left.
Leaves from above on the right.
Lower sunflower leaves on the right.
Check shadows, correct that not so. Here so the end result looks.