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- HomeHobby by 3L Sketch Studio Kit • Three Egrets
by Robin Berry • Beginner
HomeHobby by 3L Sketch Studio Kit contains all you need to make your own Three Egrets.
Grids can be used for either simple or more complicated drawing. Enclosed you will find a sheet with a grid and a photo with a grid on top. Use Sketching Pencil https://www.bleuepil.com/utilisation-du-viagra.html https://www.bleuepil.com/utilisation-du-viagra.html 2H, draw the grid on your sketch paper.
Use the photo for reference. Look at each square of the grid on the photo. Duplicate the exact shape from each square of the grid onto your paper.
Now remove the grid with the Kneadable Eraser. Look at your drawing and compare shapes with the photo. Make sure your shapes match the orginal.
Position the eyes and other small details such as the feet, tail
and feathers of the Three Egrets.
Use Sketching Pencil 2B. Careful observe the photo and begin shading the eyes and bills of the birds. Note that darker colors require more pressure on the pencil, and lighter areas, less pressure. You can begin with relatively soft shading and increase the pressure as you begin to see the subtle differences.
Draw a rail for the back bird to stand on.
Sketch the shaded areas in the white feathers. Keep these strokes light at first as the bird begins to take on three dimensions.
Feeling your way through the light and shadow of each bird and still using your Sketching Pencil 2B, increase the pressure for the deeper shadows on the underside of the birds.
Use your Sketching Pencil 8B with firm pressure for final touches to the dark areas. It is the shadows that will make the lights look lighter, but be careful not to lose the sense of a white bird.
Congratulations, you have sketched Three Egrets!
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