Draw this beautiful black horse using only 12 colors with the Portrait of a Black Horse tutorial.
Portrait of a Black Horse Tutorial
“I know from personal experience that drawing a black horse can be both frustrating and satisfying. Just how do you draw rich black color so it looks real and living?
“That’s the purpose of this tutorial.” — Carrie L. Lewis
That’s right! You don’t need hundreds of colors to create beautiful colored pencil work, and Portrait of a Black Horse shows you how. Nor do you have to use white paper for every drawing.
Carrie used only twelve Prismacolor Premier Soft Core pencils on Canson Mi-Teintes Steel Grey paper to draw this beautiful, black horse.
Now she shares her drawing methods in an easy-to-read and follow tutorial.
The tutorial includes a full supply list, a line drawing, and full-color illustrations. You’ll learn valuable tips for creating rich, dark values, preserving or creating vibrant highlights, and even correcting mistakes.
Learn how to:
Draw short, sleek hair
Create a full range of values by drawing light and dark values on a medium-color paper
Draw leather, metal, and reflective surfaces
Intermediate and higher.
Are you a beginner? Carrie believes you can successfully complete this tutorial, too. A basic knowledge of layering and blending is helpful but not absolutely necessary.
Carrie provides a complete supply list and tells students what colors and strokes she uses at each stage. She also explains her choices so students can begin to understand how to make decisions for their own projects.
The class includes a color list for easy reference, but it also includes color swatches so students can match colors.
Students also receive a complete line drawing so they can transfer the drawing to drawing paper for a fast start.