These beautiful cherry blossom drawings will inspire you to create your own sakura (cherry blossom) drawing, painting, or sketch.
Cherry blossoms have inspired generations of artists in various mediums, including drawings, paintings, and more. From ancient times to the present day, they continue to inspire many forms of art around the world.
As you browse through these flowers, I hope that you find inspiration for your next sakura drawing.
Practice Drawing Cherry Blossoms
People often see drawing artists as people that are just naturally good at drawing. The truth is that just like any other craft, drawing is a skill.
The more you do it, the better you’ll get. If you want to learn how to draw well, practice…practice…practice. If you want to get good at drawing cherry blossoms, I recommend sketching the flower often. Sketching for 20-30 minutes a day is a good start.
Use Cherry Blossom References
I think that using references is a great way to improve your drawing skills. Some people think that drawing from reference is cheating. I’m here to tell you that that’s not true.
To perfect your cherry blossom drawings, use references of the flower to study and learn different techniques. Just make sure you don’t copy someone else’s work and claim it as your own original creation.
How to Draw Cherry Blossom Tutorial
Below you’ll find a simple three step tutorial showing you how easy it is to draw a cherry blossom flowers. If you have a bullet journal, these flower drawings will make a great addition to your spread.
After you’re done drawing your flowers, you can color them in with colored pencils, markers, or watercolor paint. I think you’ll love them even more once you add color.
Use Video Tutorials
YouTube can be a great place to go to when you’re looking for drawing tutorials. Here are a few tutorials showing you how to draw cherry blossoms.
- How to Draw Cherry Blossom Doodles
- Easy Cherry Blossom Flower Tutorial
- How to Draw and Color Cherry Blossoms
Give Your Art as Gifts
The cherry blossom is a flower that’s loved by many. Consider drawing cherry blossoms on handmade greeting cards, or framing your art to give to friends and family.
You could even turn them into digital prints for gifting or even to sell. Check out our post How To Sell Art Online And Make Money for more ideas on making money from your art.
Artist Credit: whatdebbieorrdidnext
I hope you’ve been able to find inspiration with these cherry blossom drawings. As you can see, your drawing can look amazing black and white, and it can also look wonderful with color. However you decide to go about drawing your flowers, the finished art piece will look great.
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