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In this two part video tutorial series Jones Flores walks you through the key techniques for coloring both long and short fur with colored pencils.
Last week we focused on how to color long fur with colored pencils while coloring the monkey from Beautiful Creatures. This week we will be showing you how to color short fur with the Basenji from Beautiful Creatures.
A practice coloring page is provided to support both parts of this video tutorial series and to give you an opportunity to color along with Jones. A full color list is also provided.
Let's get started...
Download the Practice Coloring Page
Click the "Download File" link to download the "Coloring Fur: Long & Short" practice coloring page.
Part 2: The Basenji Color-Along (you can find part 1 here)
In this video, color along with Jones as she colors the Basenji from Beautiful Creatures and shows you the key techniques for coloring short fur. You will find the Basenji in the practice coloring page you downloaded above.
For this tutorial, Jones used Prismacolor Premier colored pencils. The color chart is below.
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