Day 29: How to draw an eryngium

how to draw an eryngium

Day 29! How’s the challenge coming along? Are you using the weekend to catch up ūüėȬ†The next two days we’re featuring a couple of lesser known flowers, most likely ones¬†you’ve seen but never knew the name of. Today’s is the eryngium. The spiky, bristly flower often used in bouquet fillers. Personally, I love the dusky texture they add. It will be a fun change up from some of the softer shaped flowers we’ve done.

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Photo by Anna Killian  |  Video by Modern Atelier 



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