Color Pencil Lesson Two (2) from Home School Arts

COLOR PENCIL LESSON TWO (2) PAGE #3


Color Pencil Lesson two, page three adding Peach
    Finally we are going to blend all of the colors together and then add just a hint of Peach to the drawing. Make sure that you use very little pressure when adding the Peach after you have blended all the other colors. A little goes a very long way but it will bring out the colors you have already used more dramatically.

Color Pencil Lesson two, page three blending or burnishing Color Pencil Lesson two, page three blending or burnishing
Color Pencil Lesson two, page three blending or burnishing Color Pencil Lesson two, page three adding bubbles


Color Pencil Lesson two, page three final drawing


    Add a few bubbles using the # PC 903 True Blue and the # PC 904 Light Cerulean Blue pencils. You could call this drawing finished at this point or you could add a background of water behind the fish. You may also want to add more fish that is entirely up to you. Try this fish on a colored background paper like black or dark blue and see what results you come up with. Play with the colors, use more blues and greens for some other effects. You get to create your own fish tank.



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