How to Add Water - Small Rapids in Pastel
Imagination is a great friend of artists worldwide. It is a skill that can easily be mastered if one really wants to. Training can start by just looking at the clouds and see what images you can make out of them. The author will show you another way. In this lesson you will learn: 1 how to use a very uninteresting photograph 2 how visualize a stream where isn't one 3 how to simplify and unify the many rocks 4 how to add the falling water 5 how to paint the undergrowth
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Sure, you could make beautiful art without ever learning how to blend your colored pencils. But blending takes things to a whole other level: it lets you smooth out hues and eliminate lines so your finished work looks more like a painting. Worth it.
Claire Milligan on Instagram: “I am currently working on a secret commission that I can't share for a while so here is a short video of Tia's portrait - when I was…”
13.3k Likes, 436 Comments - Claire Milligan (@clairemilliganartist) on Instagram: “I am currently working on a secret commission that I can't share for a while so here is a short…”
Daily Tutorial - Day 1 - layering and shading
DAY 1 I don't know how it came about but on Februari 1 I found myself recording Day 1 of a Daily Tutorial! This first epis...
AJJ - Recycle and Collage
Good morning all, I hope you're having a good weekend, I had a great day at Ally Pally yesterday, it was lovely catching up with people that...
Horse Eye Tutorial by Avorage on DeviantArt
Hello out there! This is an tutorial for you who want to se how I draw to make a horse eye. Because my English skills isn't so nice I decided to not wri... Horse Eye Tutorial
Markers as a base for colored pencils - Color Art
Visit colorant.ca to learn how to use Tombow dual brush pens as a base layer for colored pencils.
Coloring Backgrounds Tips and Tricks
The lines on a coloring page make the picture, but the coloring outside of the lines can set the scene. Why backgrounds can move your coloring up a notch!