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  • Who Wants to Color?

    Who Wants to Color?

    Black and white is beautiful. Can’t get enough of the black and white . . . and grays. But, sometimes, you want to add some color to your drawings. Now you could go with colored pencils, and I’ve seen and posted some beautiful colored pencil drawings. But there are a couple of other ways to go with this, too, and having seen them in action, I must say, I’m pretty taken. I’m talking about watercolor pencils and something called Inktense […]

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  • Colored Pencil Realism Technique

    Colored Pencil Realism Technique

    Before I go any further, I have to say that I know that this video is promotional.*  I know. But it also shows what talent and skill can do with colored pencils. Watch this artist’s technique and the realism she can create. It’s (obviously) a bit on the painstaking side, but I think the results are worth it.   I enjoyed watching this woman’s technique and loved the realism of her apples. Although, I have to say that when I […]

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  • Not Everything is Black and White

    Not Everything is Black and White

    I’m the kind of person who wishes things were black and white.  Well, things like “issues.” But not necessarily art. So, today’s videos are about drawing with colored pencils. The first video is a drawing of a turtle. The video is complete in itself, but although it gives a URL for the artist’s site — where you can see the finished piece —  it didn’t work. I do like this artist, though, so I’ll keep looking for her and let […]

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