Kara’s Butterfly Wins!

I’m so excited to announce that my colored pencil drawing’Kara’s Butterfly’ won second place at the Peace River Chapter Federation of Canadian Artists Art Show being held in Dawson Creek BC !

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Learn to draw in Colored Pencil

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Learn to Draw in Colored Pencil

13'5" x 9.5"  Colour Pencil
13’5″ x 9.5″
Colour Pencil

Are you interested in learning to draw  with Colored Pencils? I have written a series of lessons and activities for Drawspace.com so that you can experiment with fundamental colored pencil techniques and explore the unique characteristics of this amazing medium as you learn to draw in color. They are available for download on Drawspace.com.  All you need to do is sign up!

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8.3.R1 …Welcome to the World of Colored Pencil

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‘Kara’s Butterfly’

10 x 10
10 x 10

Ta da! I just finished a color pencil portrait of my grand-daughter and my very dear friend and mentor, Cindy Wider of Drawpj decided to interview me about my inspiration for the artwork. The correct skin  tone are important to achieve when trying to gain a likeness and in her interview. You can read the interview here for  a few tips and suggestions to create a portrait in color pencil.