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Art
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COLOURED PENCIL PAINTINGS


Coloured pencils are today widely used as a media for painting and drawing. Colours can be effectively mixed on the picture surface to create a wide range of hues.

Coloured pencils can be mixed in a variety of ways, the traditional one being hatching and crosshatching as shown in the artworks shown below.
This method allows you to achieve subtle colour mixing effects as well as considerable depth of colour.
Tones are built slowly by lightly hatching one colour on top of the other. This allows the underneath colour to appear, although lightly creating colour harmony.

 
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