Sketchbook: Colored Pencils and much needed help

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    Colored Pencils and much needed help

    This is a old comic book type character i made up.
    The only colors i have are like colored pencils and things i was wonder how you guys get this pictures to have such clean color...

    This is newer and last time people commited on my anatomy saying i should fix it.
    This drawing the same thing with the colored pencils

    Three more Things

    One. I need to learn how to stop making short sketchy lines all of the time its become a habit.

    Two. It doesn't matter how good the idea is i have it always seems to come out mediocre in my eyes i want my work to be Bloaw! ya kno.

    Three. i need to upgrade my picture quality from colored pencil if you have any tips or suggestions im game.

    Im just a boy tryna get ahead of the game. I'm one of the best at my school but here thats a different story.

    ShaviSan Shavone G.
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    looks like a great start! i recommend spending time coloring simple objects like spheres, cubes, etc. w/ your pencils to get a feel of how to depict life.

    also, a little tidbit-you can use turpentine to blend colored pencils if they are wax based...careful, make sure the room is well can make you literally go crazy. 97% isopropyl alchohol also can do blending to a degree, not as good as turpentine though.


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