Tag: colored pencil techniques

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Step by Step Drawing Tutorials

Step by step drawing

My step-by-step drawing tutorials teach artists how to draw or paint a single subject from start to finish. Every step-by-step demonstration includes the art supplies list, color chart, and images in steps to complete the exercise. A student will benefit from these colored pencil demonstrations the most, if he/she already has some experience drawing in pencil.

  • The demonstration comes as a digital pdf file that you can save to your computer and work from at your pace. A few demonstrations have drawing videos that are available for download in addition to a pdf file (sold separately).
  • I hope my demonstrations will help you create better art. Feel free to share your progress on my Facebook business page!
  • Other free resources: YouTube channel & drawing in color blog: http://munsell.com/color-blog/color-theory-drawing-value/

Have fun drawing, guys!

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how to blend colored pencils with solvents

How to blend colored pencils with a solvent

In this 1-minute video I show the basics of colored pencil blending with Gamsol. You can substitute Gamsol for another solvent like Turpenoid Natural.

You must have wax-based colored pencils like Prismacolor Premier or Luminance for this technique to work.

It works well on dark to medium colors. I use a different technique for blending the lights. 🙂

Stay kind,

Veronica

 

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Drawing portraits with colored pencils: tips and techniques

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