manlancer24: Can someone explain to me why he used brown for contour lines and not
black? Or does it not matter? Just curious.
Luz Castillo: Hi , Can I use faber castell polycromos? Is equal? Please tell me
Kim Probable: +youutubestinks It also takes hours. This would be a movie if he did it
ihipera keefe: I think he should have continued with the white colour pencil
TheUltimateCharts: i love this video, next time draw slower mate :D
ohoud alali: nice
lisamr40: Gorgeous! Thank you for all your helpful hints!
CottonCandy740: Black makes a really dark out line that's why brown is better
Kyle Rupik: the green is to neon though
titmusspaultpaul5: Thanks, your videos are great. The only thing I cant get over is how your
pronounce draw... you say dwawer.... gets me every time... lol
Mary Safian: Thank you for these videos, after many years of drawing portraits and
wildlife with graphite and charcoal, I was inspired by you to buy my first
box of Prismacolor pencils and I love them!
MeGeorgeSand: Great work.I`m also painting with Prisma Colors.These are the best color
pencils in my opinion.
Jenny Pepper: gorgeous :)
Hope Watson: I wish I could draw like that!
Armani Davis: Ugly
SomethinSweet: perfect thanks!
Francis Claro: Who is a 13 artist here pls answer
Bivianna Rodriguez: That was wonderful
Isha Mehdi: Thats amazing
Pati Pena: nice
Lesli Merhaut: Thanks for the tutorial and reminders on some things. I also wondered if
you are using a hot press smooth paper or one with more tooth.
Jawairya Hussain: That's awesome u should show how to draw the petals n centre.
Lily Yacoub: You sound like mark crilley
Raul Molina: Prismacolors are a superior level
Efrain Deras: out of all people i seen drawn a realistic rose ,, yours is the best one
thaT ive seen.
Sophia Sach: You sound sooooo much like a country western dude
Andreea Prodan: Good!sooo good!
Vivinunu: Amazing :3!
Ivana Zeravica: when blending and layerig color...do we put darker colors first ?
mouse minnie: will it work on white paper?
Drawing and Painting Tutorials - TheVirtualInstructor.com: Hello. You can use warm colors to indicate shadows and highlights as well.
If you want to increase the contrast, you may choose use complements in the
highlights and shadows. In this case one color would warm and the other
cool, ex. blue and orange. (I usually do use blue when creating shadow, but
I didn't in this video)
j gutierrez: With what pencil paint?
ceddy1968: What type/color of paper? Great job
1013amerie: I hate you!! freak face
Lena Parnell: I'm a little nervous about using colored pencils after reading that they
break easily by some of your viewers. How can I sharpen them without a lot
Elizabeth Wilde: The Highlights are usually a lighter color of the base. So in this case it
would probably be more of a lighter red or pink for the highlights or just
go white if you want to.
michael borek: hello I am not totally sure on this I have been working on colored pencil
technics for a while but when I do it I burnish very hard but before I do
my final color I like to put all the other colors needed in it like black
brown are what ever you are using, I am not to sure on how to answer your
question for his video but I thought I would try to help a small portion.
Jose Galindo: I WILL NEVER DRAW A ROSE AGAIN! v.v
KK G.: um... uh, I... um, er... THAT WAS AMAZING!
youutubestinks: ah wish that when someone make a kinda tutorial not speeding up the video
50000x times, is more understandable letting real time once in a while
digiphot2: One last point of fact...I am a disabled Veteran and am trying to get back
into pastels and color abstractions based on Fractals, and Color theory
techniques. I was awarded employee of the quarter at Boeing, from among 110
other illustrators, for my improvement of the 737 Maintenance Program
Graphics. I received letters from around the world thanking me for this
project and it's improvement I have over 10,000 hours in art, and as a
Teacher have taught 18k students how to do Calligraphy
Mely matzir: Gran trabajo! :) Gracias por subir esto! y compartirlo!
JustCallMePuppy: who the heck are you taking to?
Lena Parnell: You make drawing a rose look so easy. I'm taking a 6 day trip to GA & am
thinking of bringing watercolor pencils to draw landscape paintings. Your
videos are really great using this painting media. Thank you.
OohItsYou01: I know what im asking to get for my birthday
gedmin383: I've never drawn with color before. I always felt the way I did it ruined
the art. Stuck to black and white for years. But I just ordered a full set
of colored pencils. You've inspired me.
Ann Whittle: I have the 150 pack and do have a small amount of breakage. I read
somewhere a tip about putting the broken pencil in the microwave for only 5
seconds. Only do one pencil at a time also. I tried it and it works. Not
always on the top broken piece though. If you microwave it longer than 5
seconds, bad things happen to your pencils. The microwave warms the wax
just enough to allow the wax in the leads to reseal themselves together.
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