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DRAWING A PORTRAIT - Ink & Watercolor Sketching on Kraft Toned Paper

By Tampster1 @tampster1


DRAWING A PORTRAIT - Ink & Watercolor Sketching on Kraft Toned PaperDrawing portraits on kraft toned paper provide a mid-toned base in which to build your portrait upon. One of the drawing sites I visit has a Halloween drawing event going on right now. Each day a different Halloween inspired drawing prompt is posted and you have the opportunity to use this as inspiration for your sketch. The prompt for this day was Winifred Sanderson from Hocus Pocus and skulls. 
DRAWING A PORTRAIT - Ink & Watercolor Sketching on Kraft Toned PaperThis gentleman is full of personality and life. With very little detail or line work, you are still able to give life to a 2-dimensional piece of paper. Kraft paper is a little thin so you are not able to manipulate the ink like you can on some thicker papers, so you have to be very watchful when laying down your strokes. 

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