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Step-by-Step Photorealistic Colored Pencil Portraits
Step-by-Step Photorealistic Colored Pencil Portraits
Karen Hull
Draw a colored pencil portrait that looks just like a photograph.
Curiously Similar
Master mixing, layering and glazing to confidently create a highly detailed, hyper-realistic work of art.
KerryBrooks
KerryBrooks
Recreate your favorite wild animals in colored pencil!
Gemma  Gylling
Gemma Gylling
Draw textures so lifelike, you can feel them! Recreate the appearance of fruit skins, metallic surfaces, woodgrain, fur, fabric and more.
Cynthia Knox
Cynthia Knox
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