6 Feb 2019

How Colors Change the Portraits you Draw

A great way of establishing your self as a unique and imaginative artist, is to draw something realistic but with a twist.
Sydney Nielsen uses color to add that a twist, to the imagery and detailing which is very classical.  We can imagine someone with these facial characteristics crossing our path on any given day.  We may even have friends and family, that look very similar to one of these color pencil portraits.  What makes them so different, are the hues that she uses, the fantasy leaps she takes, when drawing the complexion, or in some of the detailing in the face.  A touch of the fantastical, in a reality driven world...
Have a look at the video below to see how she does it.

Time Lapse Drawing: James Charles // Prismacolor Colored Pencils

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@jamescharles 2.
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Hold your Breath.
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Galaxy Girl.
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Galaxy Drawing.
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Mixed Media Journal Artwork.
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Experimental Mixed Media.
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New Galaxy Girl Mixed Media.
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