On Monday I shared 3 Ways to Colour Beards with Copic Markers. Today I’ve got a similar post and video for you, but with coloured pencils! Watch my video to find out how I like to approach colouring beards with coloured pencil.
As with the Copic marker version, even if gnomes aren’t your thing, this video will still be useful. The techniques work for any fur or hair texture. The approaches I share are the same ones I use to colour yetis, polar bears, and other animal images, as well as hair and beards on other characters like Father Christmas!
Three Ways to Colour Beards with Coloured Pencils
Here’s a close look at the final results – I think they are all effective. My personal favourite is the third one, which is yours?
For more details on the products I use, please visit my own blog post HERE.
Polychromos Pencils Used:
Skin: Dark Sepia, Light Ultramarine, Cinnamon, Light Flesh Beards: Dark Sepia, Warm Grey III, Warm Grey I, Ivory Hats/Clothes: Caput Mortuum Violet, Dark Red, Deep Red / Chrome Oxide Green, Pine Green, Permanent Green
He’s so pleased with himself! The tag on the candy cane is left blank for you to add your own greeting. The stamp set includes some perfectly sized sentiments, but you could use any sentiment you have that will fit, as I did on my card.