Pencil Drawing Equipments And Tips

One must have viewed lots of spectacular pencil drawing in shops, art galleries and in homes. Those wonderful artworks must have, now and then, inspired you to draw the similar images.

You can learn making a wonderful piece of artwork by using pencils, which are recommended as an important medium of drawing for beginners.

However, before drawing with charcoal or graphite pencil, one must be well acquainted with different types of pencils and tools, which are used for blending purpose.

There are number of vital factors that need utmost consideration of beginners like selection of an appropriate background, deciding between smoothness and roughness and also between charcoal and graphite pencil.

Next is the selection of texture of drawing. Furthermore, one is also required to decide upon which parts of the drawing will be rough and which portions will be kept smooth.

These considerations are important in order to improve the level of pencil drawing. However, using any of art mediums need little knowledge and much concentration on the object to be drawn.  

Charcoal pencils retain an asymmetrical shape and therefore, cannot aid one in giving a reflective appearance of photographs.

To be more precise, these pencils can be effectively used for providing an absorbing look to drawing. One can use this type of pencil in drawing hair, nostril, lashes, fur and tree barks or the place where one require casting shadows.

Graphite pencils can give a thoughtful look to drawing. One can use it for giving tone of the skin, shiny metals, glass and other objects to which the artist intends to provide a gleaming look. 

Carbon pencils can also be used effectively for drawing images to add more taste to image.

Lastly, blending tools like chamois, stumps, facial tissues, felt pad and paper can be used appropriately so as to render an ultimate look to the image.

Besides, one can also use other pencil drawing methods and techniques given at different place to improve drawing skills.

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