This is an actual model that I created this drawing from with the same exact position, I believe it took less than an hour for me to create. What I did was first making the canvas as dark as I can with fine charcoal, then using an eraser to make the lighter portion of the… Continue reading fine charcoal drawing
In order to start your work you need a canvas to begin right, unless you plan on using the floor. If you do decide to do that I suggest you take pictures to build a portfolio, because it will look awkward if your being interview for a career in the arts and you present them… Continue reading Sketch Books & Pads
Everybody has to start somewhere and this is the tool I recommend you use, the pencils are labeled HB and 2H. personally I like to use them for starting the outline of my sketches and then adding more contrast by making the original lines more darker Hence using the ebony pencil and the 2B pencil. The… Continue reading Prismacolor Drawing Set
A lot of times you can set a few objects or rather stage prep the object in which you want to draw. I used a Prisma color drawing set for this flower I drew. not sure the name of it which is why I didn’t include it in the title. I prep this flower on a… Continue reading Botanical Sketch
This was created by using fine charcoal on newspaper print style canvas, you can choose any contrast of the charcoal needed ranging from light to dark. Charcoal pencil is used to make the lines and a eraser is used to highlight the light areas of the body. The expression I like to describe for this… Continue reading Thinking
The tools I used for this sketch is a HB pencil for contrast and stumps and tortillion set to do the light shading around the dark areas of the red panda’s face. The best way I do this is by shading dark spots on a separate sheet of paper using an ebony pencil. Then a… Continue reading The Red Panda
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