Today I’m showing you how to draw a realistic great horned owl in colored pencil. I know all that detail feels like a bit too much, but I’ve got some tips on how to make it look realistic without spending the next two years working on it! I’ve even got an adult coloring page for those of you who enjoy coloring!
Today I’m working on fawn Stonehenge paper. I’m also using:
Polychromos http://goo.gl/GxVc0k (amazon affiliate link): Cadmium Yellow, Dark Naples Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Paynes Grey, black, burnt ochre, Van Dyke Brown, red violet, Olive Green Yellowish, Warm Grey IV, Indanthrene blue, whiteLuminance http://goo.gl/UJgghV
Derwent Drawing Chinese White http://goo.gl/C4p8aS
Mona Lisa Odorless paint thinner: http://goo.gl/CNe35Q
Glassine under my hand to protect my paper while I work http://goo.gl/VYXOMI
Derwent pencil extender http://goo.gl/zjXgo7
Fur Feather and Faces Colored Pencil workshop http://pencilworkshops.com/
My reference photo comes from http://www.morguefile.com/archive/display/933830
Do you or someone you know like coloring? I’ve got this owl ready for you in an adult coloring page as well! Just right click and save to your own computer!
The 2-hour version of this tutorial is available for supporters on Patreon to watch now!! If you’re unfamiliar with Patreon, you get access to my 1-2 hour long tutorials every single week for as little as $4/month!