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    BURNISHING PAPER with COLOR PENCILS TECHNIQUES : How to Burnish in Your Drawings with the Following Lessons and Tutorials.

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    Burnishing Paper

    Burnishing Paper

    Using a color pencil, in this case I used the red, color over the spirals. In this photo, I used the side of the pencil tip and colored with a light pressure. What you’ll see that where the spiral was burnished into the paper, remains white, while the rest of the area takes on the red color.

    Colored Pencil Basics : Colored Pencil for Beginners : Basic Pencil Strokes

    Colored Pencil Basics : Colored Pencil for Beginners : Basic Pencil Strokes

    This lesson introduces some basic color pencil strokes which will be useful in your drawing. Make sure to go on to the next page for some exercises to help you practice your color pencil technique. As with graphite pencil, there are a range of techniques which you can employ when drawing with colored pencil. Which one you choose will depend on the final effect you are aiming for.

    Blending and Burnishing Techniques - Burnishing with color pencil can create a beautiful rich glazed look. Burnishing is layering multiple colors and then applying heavy pressure with a light color pencil or with a tool. The wax melds together and causes the drawing surface to become slick, filling up the entire tooth of the paper's surface.

    Burnishing on Black: Free Colored Pencil Demo with Gary Greene

    Burnishing on Black: Free Colored Pencil Demo with Gary Greene

    The technique of burnishing layers a sequence of colors, mixing them together with white or other light colors, repeating the sequence until the surface is covered with pigment. This technique becomes especially interesting on black, or other dark-colored surfaces. For optimum results, use soft, wax-based pencils and, as always, add color gradually.

    How to Draw a Geranium in Colored Pencils with Burnishing

    How to Draw a Geranium in Colored Pencils with Burnishing

    Colored pencils are a clean, convenient medium that can get very detailed, realistic results. Geraniums are a bit tricky because the flowers are a cluster and some of the blossoms are at different angles. Draw what you see, not what you think you see, and your geranium drawings will be powerfully realistic! By using a colorless blender, we'll create light colors from dark without getting the "tonal layers" look.

    PrismaColor Color Pencils and Burnishing Art Work : Summer Afternoon

    PrismaColor Color Pencils Art Work : Summer Afternoon

    Learn how this artist drew this beautiful piece of art, with several children in a landscape.

    White Rock Oil Pastels Blending and Burnishing Techniques Demonstration

    White Rock Oil Pastels Blending and Burnishing Techniques Demonstration

    White Rock demonstrates blending and burnishing techniques using student grade oil pastels.

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