In this drawing tutorial video, Brady Drawing – Mapping Out the Fur Part Two. I will share with you how I start to condition the drawing surface and my game plan for tackling this project.
Brady Drawing – Mapping Out the Fur Part Two
About This Drawing
If you haven’t already visit drawing Brady video one How to Prep a Reference Image with Low Quality for Drawing – Video.
In this video, I talk about how I am planning out the markings of Brady and concentrating on the darker values.You can draw anything you imagine as long as you do not ruin the drawing surface. Click To Tweet
Are you having as much fun with this project as I am?
I love to draw cats they have a special look to them, almost as if you know exactly what they are thinking.
Drawing Brady Series
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Drawing Tools You Will Find in My Studio
- Tombow Graphite Pencils
- General’s Kimberly Graphite Drawing Pencils
- Mars Lumograph Drawing Pencil
- Caran D’ache Graphite
- Pentel GraphGear 500 Automatic Drafting Pencil 0.3 and 0.5
- Blick Studio Drawing Pencils
- Prismacolor Large Kneaded Eraser
- General’s Jumbo Kneaded Eraser
- Tombow Mono Zero Eraser, Round
- Tombow Mono Zero Eraser, Rectangle
- Factis Eraser Black
- Derwent Battery-Operated Eraser
Bristol board and Drawing Pads:
- Strathmore Series 400 Sketch Pads
- Strathmore Bristol Smooth Paper Pad
- Strathmore Bristol Vellum Paper Pad
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