Realistic Colored Pencils Lips Drawing

Colored pencils of artist grade are either light-resistant or lightfast. They may be honed to an extremely fine point for precise detail. Prismacolor Colored Pencils are my preferred brand of colored pencils, which I used to produce the drawings on this page (this links to Blick Art Materials, and if you make a purchase I get a small commission that helps support this site). Prismacolors are available in 132 shades... more than enough to create almost anything! However, here is where it gets even better - the colors can be combined in an infinite number of ways to produce additional shades, tints, and hues. With colored pencils, you can almost sketch everything that can be shown with paint. Colored pencil work often rivals paintings in terms of richness and color depth!

"While the drawings and paintings I create are based on a sequence of images and video stills, I concentrate on the topic in a softer and more sophisticated way so that the resultant art depicts it as a live, palpable creature," he adds.

"By precisely detailing these things and settings in my drawings, I am able to create the sense of a new reality not seen in the original photograph."

Following that, choose your mid-tone â medium flesh in this example. Without using excessive pressure, paint over the darkened parts as well as the lighter portions. Apply some accent tones such as yellow ocher and orange glaze. These might be blues, greens, or, as shown above, oranges, depending on the lighting and skin tone. Then, reapply your shadow color to the darkest spots to enhance some of the shadows.

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