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QUICK LINKS: About Intuitive Geometry, Free Designs and Resources, Learn the method with step by step instructions: Circle, Square, Triangle, Hexagon, Pentagon, Spirals, Waves, Scaling. Learn how to apply the method: How to draw Bees, Butterflies, Flowers (3 fold), Flowers (4 fold), Flowers (5 fold), Human Body, Human Eye, Human Face, Snowflakes, Spiders.


Intuitive Geometry is not just about drawing, it is about developing our intuition and learning the fundamental structure of life. Practicing the use of overlapping circles affects our consciousness on all levels, and our ability to become more powerful creators in this world. – Nathalie Strassburg


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How to draw a bee using the Intuitive Geometry method

How to draw any bee - Fig 1

At any point (A) draw a circle of any size. Find any point on the circumference (B) and draw a circle with the same radius (AB). Continue around drawing a circle at any new intersection (C etc.) on the circumference.


How to draw any bee - Fig 2

Find & connect the following points: D & E , F & G, H & I.


How to draw any bee - Fig 3

Find & connect the following points: C & J, B & K, L & M.


How to draw any bee - Fig 4

Find N. Draw a circle with radius AN.


How to draw a bee Fig 5

Connect M & J to find O. Draw a circle with centre A and radius AO. Draw a circle with centre K and radius KO. Find P, mark it and draw a circle with centre A and radius AP.


How to draw a bee Fig 6

This is the basic structure of insects, you can use it as a blueprint to draw any number of unique bee designs. Use 1 for the wing tips, 2 for the leg edges, 3 for the head, 4 for the front body and 5 for the back body.


How to draw any bee - Fig 7

Example of how to draw a Bee using the Intuitive Geometry method.


How to draw any bee - Fig 8

You can use the same template to add the hexagonal grid for the honey comb because it uses the same geometry.


QUICK LINKS: About Intuitive Geometry, Free Designs and Resources, Learn the method with step by step instructions: Circle, Square, Triangle, Hexagon, Pentagon, Spirals, Waves, Scaling. Learn how to apply the method: How to draw Bees, Butterflies, Flowers (3 fold), Flowers (4 fold), Flowers (5 fold), Human Body, Human Eye, Human Face, Snowflakes, Spiders.

Intuitive Geometry examples showing the embedded overlapping circles pattern
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