Coloured pencils

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  • A Portrait In Coloured Pencils ...

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  • This is a simple quick tutorial that I have done and others might find useful in coloured pencils of how to make eyes look realistic. Figure 1: Image reference of a pair of eyes from the “Nat west” magazine cover (that I scanned.) Step 1 : Outline Figure 2: Basic outline of the eyes drawn on A4 paper with border around it. Step 2 : Work in progress dd

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  • ‘Drawing in colour’ is a slightly unusual title, because the obvious comment is, ‘How does that differ from painting?’ Well, in this book I examine no fewer than four methods of drawing in various colour mediums, only one of which is connected with painting. I will be showing examples – and how to go about them – of drawing in coloured pencil, pastel or crayon, coloured inks and watercolour painting, which can be heavily conditioned by drawing.

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  •  Timothy the Toucan inspired every budding artist with this engaging introduction to drawing. This colorfully illustrated book is loaded with fun projects which teach kids basic and imaginative drawing techniques. Includes a 32-page instruction booklet, drawing pad, pencil, sharpener, eraser, colored pencils, crayons, tracing paper, and stencil rulers. Children will love all the Let's Start characters in the series which includes the following: Numbers, Alphabet, Collage, Drawing, Modeling with Clay, Painting, Sand Art, and Stamp Art. Not for children under three years of age.

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  • Step 1 For this one I started off with a black undercoat, which I have never done before, and sketched in the outline with thin white paint. Step 2 The black background helps to show the contrast with the face, so, in applying the first layer of colour, I can easily see that the skin tone is too pale, and will need to be deepened. .Step 3 Another layer on the face, but it's still too pink. The shirt wasn't going well, so I decided to paint over it and start again.

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  • Step 1 This pose came straight from a still frame of the Coldplay Live 2003 DVD. I sketched the outline onto the canvas in pencil, then blocked in the main areas of colour. The figure and piano contain no blending at this stage, but I wanted to get the background right early on. The coloured lights were difficult to paint, I first laid down the tones in grayscale, then applied the colours in a thin wash.

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  • Step 1 The initial sketch, again taken from a still frame of a DVD. This took no more than ten minutes, and serves only as a guide to the overall shape and placement of the features. Step 2 The sketch is transferred to the canvas board, still using a pencil. At this stage you can spray the picture with a fixative to prevent the pencil dirtying your paint, but I use a hard pencil and don't usually have a problem. The basic colour is applied in big sections, with minimal blending at this stage. ...

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  • "Nelson Mandela Portrait in Watercolour" Cadmium Cerulean Burnt Yellow Blue Umber Blue Black Quinacridone Gold Geranium Lake Bluish Payne's Grey Additional colour (not shown) - Prussian blue Equipment 1. PAPER - Stretched sheet of watercolour paper (mine is Saunders Waterford 300g Rough Surface). 2. PAINT - Winsor & Newton Artists' Watercolour tubes Cadmium Yellow, Cerulean Blue, Burnt Umber, Blue Black, Quinacridone Gold. Lukas Artist's Watercolour tubes - Geranium

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  • Step 1 Basic colour applied in blocks with no blending. Lots of white space is showing through the gaps, which is something I try to avoid now. I originally painted in his curl of hair over the forehead, but then I painted it out, as I realised I would have to work on the flesh tone first, then paint the hair over it later. The general layout is looking good at this stage.

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  • Watercolor portrait in 5 steps by Brainfree. Step 1 Drawing stage, just basic outline no shading. Step 2 .Filling in stage with light first layer of shading. Step 3 .More filling in with light first layer of colour to the face. Step 4 .Almost done, hair work two layers of black, more work to shoulders. Step 5

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  • The new bower was a very pretty room--for the thirteenth century--but its girl-owner was the prettiest thing in it. Her age was thirteen that day, but she was so tall that she might easily have been supposed two or three years older. She had a very fair complexion, violet-blue eyes, and hair exactly the colour of a cedar pencil. If physiognomy may be trusted, the face indicated a loving and amiable disposition. The two ladies who had just entered from the ante-room--the mother and aunt of Margaret were both tall, finely-developed women, with shining fair hair.

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