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How to draw animals, beasts, monsters, and creatures. How to Draw Animals: Quickly Render Fur. Fur is an amazing structure; millions of hair that make a warm, fluffy coat that we can't stop ourselves from touching, stroking and cuddling!

How to Draw Animals: Quickly Render Fur

(even if it's fur of a hungry tiger). Draw a Cat - How to Draw a Cat in Graphite Pencil. Draw a Cat - Learn how to draw a cat in graphite pencil, following this easy tutorial.

Draw a Cat - How to Draw a Cat in Graphite Pencil

What You Will Need: Good quality drawing paper (I used lightweight hot pressed watercolor paper), a range of pencils (F, B, 2B, 4B, 6B), paper stump, eraser, blu-tack (removable poster adhesive) or kneadable eraser. First, select a photograph to use as a reference for drawing your cat. How to Draw Animals – Quick Step-by-Step Guide. How to Draw a Black-Capped Chickadee. By Admin on January 31, 2014 In this quick tutorial you’ll learn how to draw a black-capped chickadee in just a few quick steps, but first… Interesting Facts about Black-Capped Chickadees Black-capped chickadees are small songbirds that are native to North America.

How to Draw a Black-Capped Chickadee

Specifically, they inhabit the northern region of the United States, Canada, and Alaska. They live in forests and open wooded lands. Did you know? Black-capped chickadees got their name from the “chick-a-dee” sound they make, and for the black cap on their heads.On average, black-capped chickadees are 5 to 6 inches long, and they weigh about half of an ounce.The average lifespan of black-capped chickadees is 2.5 years.When it is cold during the night, black-capped chickadees have the ability to lower their body temperature so that they can conserve energy.In the summer, black-capped chickadees eat insects, especially caterpillars. Black-capped chickadees mate for life. How to Draw a Dog. How to Draw, Draw Step by Step, Draw Anime, Draw People, Learn How to Draw, Drawing Tutorials, Draw Dragons, Draw Tattoos, Draw Cars & More, Free Online!

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Lesson Three: Drawing Animals. Supplies Needed for Drawing Animals with fur: 2B Pencil Tortillons (for blending) Bristol Board Paper - (This paper holds up very well to the blending technique we’ll be using) For this lesson, we’ll be copying the drawing of the squirrel above.

Lesson Three: Drawing Animals

How to Draw a Rat. Portrait Artist Anna Bregman - affordable people and pet portraits - How To Draw Pet Portraits. Above: LITTLE DOUG Pencil on paper, HB through to 9B Having said all this, I guess that with a lot of practice at drawing animals I have still evolved certain theories about how to draw a successful pet portrait from photos.

Portrait Artist Anna Bregman - affordable people and pet portraits - How To Draw Pet Portraits

Animals have a lot of fur and unless you are prepared to sit and draw every single hair (and indeed some artists do, but I don't seem to have the patience!) Then you need to find certain ways to 'abbreviate' your marks and represent that fur in a more impressionistic manner. (I'm focusing on dogs in this guide because that is the most common pet portrait that gets commissioned -but the same principles apply to cats, rabbits or any other animal with fur) So the first rule I always follow is that I always hatch or shade in the direction of the fur.

With pet portraits I generally follow another rule I've developed for drawing people, which is to do little, or no rubbing of the graphite into the paper. Above: Molly. Pet Portraits - How to draw fur in graphite. Whatever the fur length or texture, the technique I use for drawing it is always pretty much the same.

Pet Portraits - How to draw fur in graphite

To begin with, I draw the outline of my subject, also outlining major areas of lights and darks and any markings on the fur, onto some regular cartridge paper. Once the drawing is to my liking I transfer it to my drawing surface. For graphite portraits, this is hot press watercolor paper. The one I've used here is Fabriano. Using a 6B pencil and starting with the eyes I put down the first light layer of graphite, using small circular motions. You don't want a sharp point on your pencil for this stage. A close up of the first layer: The first layer: You can see in the second picture that I've only mostly blocked in where the lightest and darkest areas are going to be, not paying too much attention to the mid tones.

Still using my 6B pencil I add the second later of graphite, starting back at the eyes and working my way out. The second layer: The third layer: A Fur Tutorial: Part 1 by CoyoteMange on deviantART. How to Draw Animals: Quickly Render Fur. Two Birders and Binoculars. Welcome to a step-by-step tutorial on How to Draw a Baltimore Oriole.

Two Birders and Binoculars

Here you can find the details on how to create a realistic drawing of a Baltimore Oriole using colored pencils. Once you have finished your drawing, head on over to our Facebook page and post the picture! Wolf Tutorials on WolfSpirits - deviantART. How to Draw Fur Texture in Graphite Pencil From a Reference Photo » By Sidney Eileen. Final Drawing “Contemplation” This tutorial describes the techniques I use to create realistic fur texture in graphite pencil.

How to Draw Fur Texture in Graphite Pencil From a Reference Photo » By Sidney Eileen

To make your own drawings you will need paper (personal preference is key, so experiment until you find your favorite) and a full drawing set of art quality graphite pencils. My two favorite brands are Staedtler Mars Lumograph, Derwent Graphic, and Derwent Sketching. I strongly recommend against Faber-Castell’s colored pencils, as I have always found them to be grainy and incapable of laying down graphite smoothly.

In this illustration I predominantly used 3B and 5B pencils, due to the small size of the drawing. Reference Picture “Don’t Cry Wolf” by dudestock of deviantArt Reference Picture “Don’t cry Wolf” by dudestock of DeviantArt: Sketch the Basic Lines Sketch the basic lines Whether or not I start with a reference photo, I always draw an outline sketch of the subject and background (if any). Begin the First Layer of Shading Begin the First Layer of Shading.