Creative pencil drawings are becoming more and more popular, but how do you create a distinctive image from one?
We look at how to do it with a few simple guidelines.
Creative pencils are used as part of a creative process to create images from small details.
These can range from simple drawing elements to intricate shapes and even images of real life objects.
The best way to do this is by using a sketch pad or drawing tool such as Adobe Illustrator.
However, some creative pencil drawings use a digital image as a template for creating an image.
This is a method of drawing images with the idea of being able to create the final image in a number of different ways.
These are some of the techniques used in this type of work.
Step one: Draw an outlineStep two: Draw the outlineStep three: Draw a rough shape and then draw in the shapeStep four: Create a final imageStep five: Draw in the final shapeThe key to creating an artistic pencil drawing is by drawing the outline of the object, which is a flat rectangle.
For this to work you have to first fill in the area where the object should be.
The drawing area should be about a foot square in the centre.
You can then fill in as many small details as you like to create an overall impression of the drawing.
This image shows how a drawing can be done with the outline, and the rough shape to create that impression.
Step 1: Start with the sketchPad or drawing toolsYou can create an outline using a pencil, but the best way is to start with the SketchPad or the drawing tool you normally use for sketching.
This will allow you to sketch in a single step.
Step 2: Add the outlineNow you need to add the outline as a small dot in the outline.
This dot should be roughly in the middle of the outline and slightly to the left of the shape.
If you’re using the SketchPads or the DrawPads then you can just draw it directly on the shape using the Pen tool.
You can also use the Pen Tool to draw on the outline itself, using a small square of white paper.
You may also need to start by drawing a small circle around the outline to make sure you’re drawing the right area.
Step 3: Draw shapesStep 4: Create the shapeIf you’re working on an object that’s already a sketch, then you may want to add some additional details to it to make it more appealing.
Here you’ll create an ‘object’ from the outline that is made from shapes, then add the details using the same drawing technique you used to draw the outline on the object.
Step 5: Add a final touchIf you want to make the final version of your work look more detailed, then it’s worth adding a little bit of a brushstroke.
This is the point where the outline is almost entirely removed from the object and then a small part of it is drawn in.
The brushstroke is the outline you want the final object to look like, and it’s added with a small stroke that you’ll draw with the Pen Brush tool.
Step 6: Start drawingNow that the outline has been completed, it’s time to start drawing.
You’ll need to draw some of these shapes in one step.
To do this, you can use the same sketch pad technique as you did with the pencil drawings to draw all of the details on the outlines.
The first step will be to start the drawing from the left edge of the pencil outline, then move to the right edge, and draw all the details in that area.
You should start by creating a circle around your outline and adding a few details to make a smooth, clean shape.
You could also start by just drawing straight lines from the right side of the sketch pad and then adding some details around it to create some of your details.
Step 7: Add detailsThe next step is to add more details to your shape.
You might need to fill in areas of the body or the lower part of the head to give it a little more detail, but this will be easy to do on a sketchpad or drawing paper.
If the details aren’t too intricate you could also add a little detail around the eyes to give the shape a bit more personality.
Step 8: FinishWith the details and brushstrokes finished, it is time to draw in your final object.
The process is similar to the pencil drawing, but you’re going to use a sketch of the objects that are shown in the sketchpad to draw it in.
Step 9: Draw itNow you can see how the final finished product looks from the inside out.
The details and stroke on the Sketch Pad or drawing document have been added to the sketch.
You may need to make minor adjustments to the drawing so that it looks a bit better on a larger scale.