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  • Realistic Pencil Colored Portrait of a Girl

  • Coloured pencils are one of those mediums that are best suited for all age groups interested in drawing. Drawing with this medium can be real fun but turning those actual colors on a paper can be bit tough ;) but don't worry I will help you to the best :). All you need to do is to colour heavily or at least build up your colour gradually so that the colours that are formed are intense and complex.[...]
  • Pen Shading Using Name Technique

  • Here is a very simple illustration showing sketch of a man face using name technique. The whole sketch is made by writing my name. This is an absolutely fun and creative way of shading. All you got to do is just write your name with a ball point pen just like the way you want, but you need to remember that the font should be similar from the starting till the end. Take your time and have patience.[...]
  • Cartoons Pencil Sketching

  • Pencil Drawing: Pencil drawing is a technique that involves multi-discipline. It includes blending practical and visual knowledge of an artist. Pencil drawing explains some important principles an artist must know. It teaches us various aspects by step-by-step instructions starting from the observation of simple aspects of drawing to illustrating the difficult aspects such as figurative painting.[...]
  • Pencil Shading Landscapes

  • Pencil drawing is the most convenient of all medium an artist can use. If you are a beginner in the art of painting and drawing, the pencil drawing of farms and farmhouses could be very much of help.  Materials required :  ♣  Pencils of H and B system  ♣  Soft rubber    ♣  Drawing paper. Your picture can be of any size or shape you desire. More landscapes are drawn with the horizontal rect[...]
  • Pencil Shading Portraits

  • The first very basic question that comes to everybody’s mind is What makes a good drawing and what makes it as a bad one? Well that really depends entirely on the person looking at your work of art.  To some people it may seem pretty beautiful; on the contrary to others it can be quite awful. Eventually, these viewpoints are based on people's experiences, education, culture and even their attitude[...]