1. Dress in Layers
Favorable position of hued pencils is that the colors are premixed and predictable; the going with hindrance is that it can be hard to discover a pencil of the correct shading you require. Different hues are accomplished through layering, setting one shading over another until the point that the outcome comes as close as conceivable to the desired shading and esteem.
The test, at that point, is to know the impact that layering specific hues will create. To get to that point it knows some expansive standards of shading layering.
Layering complimentary hues darkens the two hues and diminishes their intensity.
Squeezing harder increases a tone, however, does not obscure it.
You can obscure shading by layering its next-darkest neighbor over it, for example, purple over red. Utilize dim darker or dull blue before dark, and abstain from leaving dark as the best layer of any shading.
To help shading, layer over it with a lighter tone of a similar shading before falling back on white.
To heighten shading, mix it utilizing a tortillon or stump.
Polishing any shading with white will make it lighter, shinier, cooler and hazier.
2. Brushes for Blending
My technique for mixing with the brush (utilizing no solvents) significantly lights up and escalates the hues. I suggest honing this method on something little and working up to bigger pieces. This technique requires a somewhat substantial utilization of hued pencil shade. On the off chance that there isn’t sufficient shade for the brush to move around, not a lot will happen. At the point when a considerable sum has been connected, the brush can get sufficiently only to fill in the tooth of the paper.
3. Drawing Water
With a specific end goal to draw water, I take a gander at all the parts going into the piece, I take a gander at the water, and I search for some sort of example to create. Once I’ve put the synthesis with graphite pencil, it ends up plainly less demanding to “tag” water and applies the shading that I see. What’s more, water is boring, so you need to decipher it. In some cases, it depends on the just state of mind.
4. Help the Mood
When utilizing manufactured lighting, you require your light to originate from the side, regardless of the possibility that it’s backdrop illumination. You can’t shoot directly into the light. Another trap is to get near that lighting, regardless of the possibility that your shot at that point isn’t superbly engaged. That is OK—it’s only a reference.