This is a technique I have not seen other artist using, even though it speeds up the coloring process a lot, when working with Colored Pencils. Keep in mind, that this may take time to master. What I do is, I scratch my pencil on sand paper, then dip my brush on OMS and … More How to speed up your coloring process?
I was asked to do this kind of tutorial, where you guys can color the same picture as I do and I try to explain some methods I use when doing colored pencil pieces. I will color this Pixies and Hummingbird picture Live at my YouTube channel. You can purchase that picture from my sellfy.com/fineartanne … More Coloring Pixies and Hummingbird – Tips and Tricks
About a year ago I saw this video from Lachri Fine Art, where she used this new blending product designed just for Colored Pencils. It’s called Powder Blender and I was so exited when I saw this! As colored pencil artist know, this is very slow medium and making smooth blending on your backgrounds can take … More Blending Colored Pencils with Powder Blender from Brush and Pencil
I’m so honored to be included in Colored Pencil Magazine this month (December 2016) issue. I was invite to share my Hummingbird drawing in the Gallery section of the Magazine and I’m so proud now. This kind of recognitions are so important in artist life and gives that well needed boost for future. To me, … More Colored Pencil Magazine
Happy Holidays! Advent Calendar for you! … More Advent calendar
I decided to do little color study and use only 3 primary color for coloring this hummingbird. How many colors and shades you can achieve using only 3 pencils? And yes, I used Pigma Micron pen for those outlines, but other than that and Caran d’Ache colorless full blender pencil, I used only these three Faber-Castell Polychromos … More Rainbow Hummingbird with primary colors
You want to start drawing and painting, but don’t know where to start? … More Drawing? Painting? Where to start?
I finally decided to create my own webpage for my art. … More Studio assistant and I says Hello!