How to Draw Animals with Colored Pencils: Learn to draw Realistic Wild Animals and Pets, Tigers, Parrot, Snake, Horses Leopard Dogs, Cats and More! How to Draw Cute Animals for Kids and Adults by Jasmina SusakThis book will take you through the process of drawing beautiful animals with colored pencils. You’ll learn how to create the main lines of your picture with an easy to use grid method for breaking down each section of a reference picture into smaller, manageable pieces. This book contains fifteen unique drawing tutorials: cheetah, 2 tigers, parrot, snake, 3 horses, leopard, 2 dogs, tarantula spider, red fox, 2 cats and aquarium fish. Every tutorial consists of 6-20 illustrations with short explanations for each step based on the authors personal experience. Since the author is a self-taught artist, the material is presented clearly with friendly instructions that everyone can follow, instead of like the stuff found in educational materials or many other how-to-draw books. The book is written and illustrated by a recognized fine artist, whose unique drawings are popular around the world.
This book also covers techniques for creating textures like fur, skin, shinny plastic or metal, and water or glass that are traditionally difficult to make appear realistic. You’ll learn tips for blending colors and creating subtle gradients in your drawings. You’ll also learn the pros and cons of using colorless wax blenders and in what situations they are best used.
This book can be a perfect gift for animal lovers particularly children, since the book contains more than 150 images. This book is a great choice for anyone who appreciates visual art, whether you want to create it yourself and learn through close observation, or just peek behind the curtain to see how such work is done. Enjoy learning!
22-Year-Old Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic Pencil Drawings Bursting With Color
Long black fur can be tricky. In this tutorial I will show you my method and I will give you some tips on drawing on tinted paper. I start with a sketch. I study the reference photo and observe how the fur is arranged. As you can see, there are some messy hair on the ears as well as long wavy tufts of fur near the eye. I draw the eye — I do the white blink first, then the iris, and all the black parts in the end. With fine strokes of a sharpened pencil I created the fur around the eye.
I take a really long time layering and burnishing to get the effect I want … the amount of time I take seems to be my biggest drawback to overcome. Still life Prismacolor colored pencils. Realism in colored pencil is created with many layers and repeated additions of color. This takes time and patience. The rich color and heavy wax content of Prismacolor pencil builds up a thick layer on the paper. These lines appear much more fine and delicate than you could ever draw in with your pencil.
Pencils and crayons are usually considered tools only fit for children. Her subjects are various, from parts of the human body drawn as studies, to whimsical self portraits, to animals and bugs. Morgan states that she got interested in drawing at an early age and that she wants to express herself through vibrant colors. She wants to work as a freelance illustrator, spreading her colors as far and wide as her employers will take. Like Demilked on Facebook:. Pretty good at 22 years old.