Module 8.1

Drawing with Colored Pencils

Colored pencils are a wonderful medium for drawing everything and anything. They beautifully capture delicate subjects such as portraits and flowers; and are also great for subjects that require a bolder, more colorful approach, such as cartoons.

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Brenda Hoddinott

Author of Drawing for Dummies, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Drawing People, Drawing Book 1: Getting Started, and owner of

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FREE 8.1.R1

Introduction to Color
By Brenda Hoddinott


Use Colored Pencils to Mix Colors
By Brenda Hoddinott


Shade Sunny Blue in Color
By Brenda Hoddinott


Daisy the Dodo Bird
By Brenda Hoddinott


Henry the Hairy Hairball
By Brenda Hoddinott


Impress a Cartoon Butterfly
By Brenda Hoddinott


Beautiful Betty Bigfoot
By Brenda Hoddinott


Golden Rosebud moves into the Light
By Brenda Hoddinott


Elegant White Calla Lily
By Brenda Hoddinott


Rainbow Robby Blue
By Brenda Hoddinott


Winged Lightning
By Brenda Hoddinott


Introduction to Pointillism
By Brenda Hoddinott


Purdy Primate the Grease Monkey
By Brenda Hoddinott