I’ve long been an advocate of miniature art and small format art. Colored pencils are ideal for both, but I’ve also used oils, acrylics, and graphite—even a ball point pen—to make miniature art.
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This lovely exercise begins with a light graphite line drawing, followed by washes of water color and finishing with colored pencils.
It’s a great demonstration of drawing small and showing how how watercolor and colored pencil works together.
Or maybe you’re just looking for something fun to do today.
Now for a little fun in drawing tiny.
So what did you think? Ready to draw a bee? Or something else small?