DISCLAIMER: Keep in mind that we may receive commissions when you click our links and make purchases. None of the artwork belongs to me, so do not take credit for it.

Table of Contents

Welcome to our beginner-friendly guide on how to draw and paint daffodil flowers! Whether you’re just starting out or looking to enhance your floral art skills, this guide is the perfect place to begin.

We’ll guide you through the process of capturing the beauty of daffodils, from their distinct trumpet-shaped centers to their graceful petals. With our step-by-step instructions, you’ll find it easy to create stunning daffodil drawings and paintings. We’ll cover everything from basic sketches to adding colors and details that make your artwork come to life.

So, gather your art supplies, and let’s dive into the world of daffodils. By the end of this guide, you’ll be able to create beautiful daffodil art that you can be proud of!

Let's gather our supplies:

In order to be successful in the completion of the tutorials, you will need a few supplies. 

There is an option to do a simple drawing of flowers or you can follow further along and actually color the flowers in using watercolor paints. 

  1. Sketchbook: There is no right or wrong sketchbook. Depends what you like, if you are feeling fancy then you can get a Moleskine, but there are plenty of other more affordable options if you are just starting out like this one on Amazon . 
  2. Pencils:  Staedtler Mars pencils have always been my go to and favorite of all time. I have been using them since I went to art school. Some artists love to use a mechanical pencils to have thin and precise line, that is also absolutely up to you and you preference. I’d recommend this one. 
  3. Eraser: As a beginner, it is crucial to have a good eraser to remove all of your mistakes. I like to have 2 earsers on me, one kneaded eraser from Faber-Castell and another normal one. 
  4. Sharpener: Because if you want to have those fresh and crisp lines, you will need to have your tools sharpened and ready to go. I recommend this one. 
  5. Book: It is a full guide from the artist on how to draw the flowers, where you can learn how to draw flowers off screen and in no time become a pro. Get the book now.


The easy flower drawing tutorial is coming your way and it will be a daffodil flower. 

They usually remind us of spring, the season of rebirth. That is really fun, right?

But when it comes to actually drawing them, it is so much less entertaining as you have to keep in mind perspective and different petals


The first tutorial that I am currently doing is how to draw the flower from a perspective. 

Although it is the toughest, you can learn how to draw this flower if you follow everything step by step. 

How To Draw a Daffodil Flower?

How to draw daffodil for beginners? 24
How to draw daffodil for beginners? 28

From the front, it is much easier to draw. There is not much perspective that you need to keep in mind when the time comes to drawing the flowers.

 Just add in the rough folds at the end to make it look more closely realistic. 


After you follow the steps closely, you will get a beautiful drawing.

The final sketch might actually surprise. 


You do not have to stop just drawing the flower. 

If you have watercolor paints, you can color the flowers in and create beautiful flower paintings. 

After the initial trial flower drawing easy to color it in. 

How to paint daffodil in watercolor?


Watch closely how the artist approaches her work.

She mixes colors really well in watercolor and paints the flower that it results in such a beautiful painting. 

If you liked the tutorials, support the artist: Kate Kyehyun Park and giver her a follow on Instagram!

If you have enjoyed this tutorial, then do not forget to check out the book where you will have all of the tutorials at your fingertips by the artist. She did such an amazing job in my opinion. 

In Drawing and Painting Beautiful Flowers, discover how to draw flowers such as cosmos, hibiscus, canola, lily of the valley, hydrangea, foxglove, and more from various angles, and learn about perspective and shading. Once you have the skills to draw a single flower, learn how to draw groupings and wreaths. Mix in leaves and smaller flowers to create a variety of looks.