Coloured Pencils: Red Pepper

Just how do you draw a red pepper with coloured (colored) pencils? In this art tutorial I’m going to show you how to use coloured (colored) pencils to draw a red pepper. I start by explaining how to outline the drawing before concentrating on the dark tones first. These are mainly blues and purple colours. I explain how these cool tones will make dark areas of the drawing recede. Warmer tones, the red, yellow and orange tones will make lighter areas come forward.

Want to know how to use coloured pencils? This art tutorial, How to Draw with Coloured Pencils – Basics.

This art tutorial about the use of coloured (colored) pencils in the drawing of a red pepper is intended for for beginners. Children and students who might be studying GCSE art and Design and those wishing to improve their drawing skills with coloured (colored) pencils will also benefit.

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