Drawing in your Sketchbook

Sometimes you can draw in a sketchbook. When I draw in my sketchbook I use pastels , color pencils or even pen. It’s a good way to do studies on forms and figured. Sometimes I will do multiple studies on a certain part of the body such as the eyes , the lips , or the entire face. You can use a reference photo as well so that way you can get used to drawing things how they are in reality. 
My sketch book is 9″x6″ so it’s not large, you can get any size, the smaller it is, the easier you can tote it around wherever you go, but for large projects you can use the big one, like my 18″x 24″.  


You can find reference photos on the web in a book or you can ask a friend or family to sit for you, I used reference photos. 
   
    
I usually take about 10-30 minutes or longer to study and draw the image. You can keep them in your sketchbook to refer back to them at a later time or to show your progression. The more you practice the better you will become, that is the same for beginner and advanced artists. Using different mediums give your drawings a different look and give you more variety in your sketchbook. I have used pencils, pastels, and pen. They all give you a different technique, so expanding your tools will help you create beautiful various peices. 

 
Check out my Instagram page and follow me > @JanelleDeyArt

I’d love to see your comments. 

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About Janelle Dey art

My name is Janelle Dey, art has been my talent. I create paintings in oil and acrylic. My art is my hobby but will be starting up a business soon. I give life through art and live in one of the biggest cities in the world, New York.

Posted on June 10, 2015, in inspiration and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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