I recently completed “Kisses in Blue”, my newest coloured pencil piece of two bonding hyacinth macaws. I finished this piece last month, and while I didn’t have my camera recording to make a timelapse for this one (It’s just too big!), I’m excited to share my process with you!
This blog is sponsored by Amazon. All opinions stated in this blog are my own. It’s the review quite a few of you have been waiting for! For this review I take an in-depth look at Holbein Coloured Pencils. Are you drooling over these pencils as much as I am? You can… Continue reading My review of Holbein Coloured Pencils is finally here!
It’s been a busy time for me in the last few months but I am still somehow finding time here or there for art. A lot of things have happened since my last blog post and I have lots to update you guys on! My tutorial for my Kudu painting in acrylics is now available… Continue reading Acrylic painting tutorial and horse eye ACEO in coloured pencil
The next installment of my new coloured pencil tips series is out! If you are hard of hearing or prefer to read I have also included the transcript for this video below. It’s something I’d like to do more often in my videos but it can be pretty time consuming. I’ll try to do it… Continue reading 4 More Tips for Beginner Coloured Pencil Artists!
Wow, it feels SO good to finally have this drawing down on paper rather than swirling around in my head for months on end (since October)! The drawing only took around 9 hours to complete! I used powder blender to blend. I was planning on using paint thinner for the okapi initially, but honestly I… Continue reading “Mythical Beast” finished coloured pencil drawing
This beautiful boy was one of my Christmas commissions. His endearing puppy-dog-eyes and sweet expression were so much fun to render It was so refreshing to work with paint thinner again for my coloured pencil art too. I didn’t realise how much I missed it! This piece was drawn using Caran d’Ache Luminance, Caran… Continue reading “Troy” pet portrait, and amur leopard in soft pastels!
Hi guys! Did you know that I have a Patreon? I’m offering extended 1-2 hour voiced tutorials, monthly prints or posters, as well as 10 high resolution, royalty-free reference photos a month, taken by me for you to use in your artwork! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/WildPortraitArtist Becoming my supporter on Patreon would also help… Continue reading Patreon!
Whew! It’s finished! Up till now the only things I had drawn using the powder blender were invertebrates, which are generally very shiny and easy to shade. I wanted to see how easy or difficult it would be to draw fur using the colored pencil painting kit, so I decided to draw this! I discovered… Continue reading Finished cheetah drawing and tutorial
I’m still working on my cheetah drawing in coloured pencil so this week’s update is about a sketchbook doodle I did recently! What made me put a meerkat in space? I have no idea. Kind of works though! Reference used was my own from one of my trips to Chester Zoo 😉 I used Rotring… Continue reading Meerkats in spaaaaace! (speed drawing, art tips video, and update on my Cheetah drawing)
In this week’s Art Tips video I show you how to spray your artwork with fixative spray the right way! Last week I started a new coloured pencil drawing using powder blender! I’m using my own reference photo of a cheetah from Chester Zoo for this one. This time I’m using UArt 600-grain paper and… Continue reading How to use fixative sprays + new cheetah drawing!