Colored Pencils - Blending Tutorial
This is a tutorial on how to blend colors with colored pencils. This is the way I do it, I'm sure there's plenty of methods on how to do this. Xhaerithi... Colored Pencils - Blending Tutorial
EASY Watercolor Portrait | Catholic Sprouts
Hi! Although it doesn't look like it, this is a very easy watercolor portrait that ANYONE can do. Seriously, you have to try it!
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Here's How to Draw Your Dog's Portrait Using a Photograph
By following some simple steps, anyone can learn how to draw a dog using a photograph and basic artistic techniques.
Fairfield Art :: Value Scale Worksheet
Digication ePortfolio :: Fairfield Art by Tricia Thatcher,mindy montgomery,colleen larbes,julie staudt,kathrine clark,matt klaber,Harmon Lauren at FAIRFIELD HIGH SCHOOL. Click on and print the following worksheet: ValueScaleWorksheet.jpg
Staedtler Mars Lumograph Graphite Pencils
These premium-quality woodcased Staedtler Mars Lumograph pencils feature specially formulated break-resistant lead cores and sustainably harvested wood.
Intro To Pastels For Kids: How To Blend With Oil Pastels - Art For Kids Hub -
Fun and quick how to blend with oil pastels tutorial for kids! Watch the short video, and download the free printable activity.
Basics of 1 2 and 3 Point Perspective - AKA Parallel and Angular Perspective Lesson - How to Draw Step by Step Drawing Tutorials
Hold a box in your hand in such a position that you only see the front and top of it. Observe that as we view the top, its outer edges appear to converge. This condition is caused by an optical illusion. As the top turns away from us, the relationship between the length and width changes or diminishes. This phenomenon is known as foreshortening. Observe also that as we look at the face of the box, it is seen in its true form. The reason for this is that it is perpendicular to our line of…