Patreon – Margay in Colored Pencil
Derwent Drawing & Procolour
Supplies used: (amazon affiliate links)
- Fawn colored Stonehenge (the one that comes in individual sheets, not the pad).
- My fine white details are being painted on with my mixture of Touch Up Texture and Colored Pencil Titanium White Powder from http://brushandpencil.com
- Derwent Drawing Colored Pencil Set http://amzn.to/2uJwy9Q
- Derwent Procolour 72 set http://amzn.to/2x5vs54
- Mona Lisa Odorless Paint Thinner http://amzn.to/2qjnwui or Gamsol http://amzn.to/2oTnBTv
- Glassine (this is the paper I keep under my hand) http://amzn.to/2psNADk
- x-acto School Pro Electric Pencil Sharpener http://amzn.to/2i6jXaS
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Reference photo from
I am always happy to have you copy my work for your own practice. Be aware of what reference photo I used, sometimes (like this case) you will need to purchase the photo from the photographer to use even for practice. As a general rule, you can not copy my work and make prints/sell that work. I retain copyright of the work I complete.
If you follow one of my lessons, you are more than welcome to post your work on social media to share what you’ve done, as long as you include in your post that you followed one of my lessons.
This specific reference photo is from Wildlife Reference Photos. In order to use this exact wolf as reference, you will need to purchase the rights from that website. The reference photo is $5 (or 5 photos for $10 which I recommend) and that gives you full rights to create/sell/make prints of work created from that photo. You can always use a photo you find from a site like Pixabay and use the techniques I’m teaching in this lesson on that photo if you do not want to purchase the same reference photo.