Still Life With Colored Pencils
Gather materials: paper, colored pencils, sharpener and an eraser. Also grab some fruit!
You can mix and blend colored pencils to create more colors.
Some useful terms for mixing and describing color.
Neutral colors are useful. You’ll need to blend with them to make the colors in your still life.
Arrange the fruit to make a composition you like.
Pick a middle to lighter value neutral color to start outlining the basic forms.
Start by outlining the general shapes of the objects paying attention to negative space and overlap.
Lay in the “local color.” That’s the overall color of the objects.
Use the colored pencils to shade, adding lighter and darker values by varying the pressure.
There will be a core shadow, cast shadow, highlight and reflected light on each object.
Color may bounce off of whatever is nearby. Look for that reflected color!
Build up color and shading. Try to add cool and complimentary colors in shadows.
Reflect on your drawing. What do you like? What would you do differently next time?
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