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Colored pencil portrait studies – sktchy app

This time I did few practices using just colored pencils. I used for the first time Strathmore Bristol smooth surface paper (270GSM). It was quite nice, very smooth and strong. I cut the sheet into four pieces, but I have just two of those drawn at this point 😛 (posted in the end). I wanted

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Oops I did it again – masking fluid fun

Yes. I managed to do it again. Even though I used different (schmincke) blue masking fluid than what I previously used and on a different paper (I now used my last sheet of Canson Moulin Du Roy, Hot pressed). (Water color painting – Forest spirit) I was a bit hesitant whether I want to mask

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Water color and colored pencil portraits

I was still itching to do a few portraits studies. I wanted to try out using only water colors and then I did also few with colored pencils. I used also again some great references from Sktchy app for the paintings. I originally meant to have a more darker reference so I would really try

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Colored pencil – flower

Colored pencil painting

Yet another colored pencil draw along to Kirsty Partridge’s patreon tutorial Using Solvent with Coloured Pencil : Beginner Coloured Pencil Tutorial Series So first time using solvents. It was used to especially blur the background but to also blend the flower. I grabbed some pencils based on the tutorial listing, considering differences prismacolor, vs. luminance

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Painting course final piece – Self-portrait: Me and Nature

Summer is over, painting course is over, so here is my final piece for the painting course. A mixed media piece using water color (MozArt Komorebi), colored pencils (Caran d’Ache Luminance 6901) and white gouache for final clean up. I did not plan to make any abstract piece, far from it, as I did not

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