In this Faber Castell Polychromos Peach drawing tutorial, step-by-step instructions are provided for drawing a peach.
In this step-by-step Fruit Drawing guide, we will investigate the fundamental sketching techniques that serve as the groundwork for a drawing of Peaches in colored pencils that is as realistic as possible. You’ll quickly be able to confidently use your Polychromos pencils, whether you’re focusing on selecting the ideal tones or resolving the most minute details.
So, without further ado, let’s start our adventure into the art of painting peach fruit with Faber Castell Polychromos and peel back the layers of creativity that have accumulated over the years
Checkout the Video Tutorial on YouTube for Explained Visual Instruction,
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Reference of a Peach Fruit drawing is down below:
- □ Tombow graphite Pencil H
- □ Mechanical Pencil 2.0mm by Faber-Castell
- □ Tombow Mono Zero Eraser/ Electric Eraser
- □ Blending stump/ Tissue paper
- □ Posca Uni-Ball Pen
- □ Indenting tool ( Nailart tool, the wooden embossing tool can be used)
- □ Kneaded Eraser
- □ Bristol Paper 180 gsm A4 ( Better to Use 300gsm for Best Result )
- □ Faber Castell Polychromos Colored Pencil
Draw the Outline Shape of the Peach
Add the Base Layer:
Using the 132 Swatch to add the base layer at the Back Portion of the Peach which is slightly Blurred I’ll go ahead with Swatches 115,111,109 and 107 to add the base layer and then I’ll be using the Chinese Derwent White Pencil as a Blender to blend them out Nicely.