Today I’m going to show you how to draw a whimsical jungle in your colored pencils – with some supercute little critters!
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Welcome to my stop on the Ellen Hutson – Avery Elle bloghop! Be sure to scroll down to the end and find out how you might be able to win a lil somethin’ somethin’! I’m using the Peek-A-Boo Jungle today, and adding my own crazy spin to it, as per usual….inspired by Veggietales!
Keep your pencils sharp! I like my Quietsharp electric for the first pass, and if I need it supersharp for details, I take one or two turns in a handheld sharpener.
To do “no line coloring” (we need a better name for it!), use a light ink – for pencil, you can use dye or pigment inks (for Copic use dye inks).
Choose a limited color selection to unify your artwork; use some of the same shades repeatedly but in different amounts.
To make the crazy trees, draw a circle shape with a flat “bottom” and blend it. Then draw in the tree trunk and branches. In a darker green, add an oval, and do negative coloring around the branches.
LAST DAY TO ENTER 100k!
In the 100k celebration video, Im giving away an ARKON stand kit as well as TEN Jumpstart classes – don’t forget to go watch the video on YT HERE and you can comment on the blog post HERE to double qualify. Winners will be announced tomorrow!
BLOGHOP & GIVEAWAY
One random & lucky commenter will win $25 to the EH shop! To enter for a chance to win, make sure to leave comments at each stop along the hop! Comment before Thursday, February 13th at 11:59pm PST. Winner will be notified by email.
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