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      Radiant Portraits in Colored Pencil
      Radiant Portraits in Colored Pencil
      KerryBrooks
      Master mixing, layering and glazing to confidently create a highly detailed, hyper-realistic work of art.
      Curiously Similar
      Draw a colored pencil portrait that looks just like a photograph.
      Karen Hull
      Karen Hull
      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
      Draw your most heartwarming pieces of art with new colored pencil skills. Capture the beautiful fur, sparkling eyes and unforgettable faces of beloved pets.
      Gemma  Gylling
      Gemma Gylling
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