Hers: colourful, but colours all in the same sort of area. No significant contrast/not too many wildly varying colours

Illustrative

Hers: colourful, but colours all in the same sort of area. No significant contrast/not too many wildly varying colours

Is too much choice leading to overwhelm in your life? With stress, depression and anxiety accounting for 70 million working days lost every year in the UK, at a cost of £100 billion, how do we find ways to push less and bring more flow into our lives   Image @Nevess | Credit photography incrusted: Matthew Malkiewicz

Is too much choice leading to overwhelm in your life? With stress, depression and anxiety accounting for 70 million working days lost every year in the UK, at a cost of £100 billion, how do we find ways to push less and bring more flow into our lives Image @Nevess | Credit photography incrusted: Matthew Malkiewicz

By a weak pencil line, draw the outline of scutes – those are large, scale-like structures on top of the turtle’s shell. Description from jus4kidz.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

By a weak pencil line, draw the outline of scutes – those are large, scale-like structures on top of the turtle’s shell. Description from jus4kidz.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

several hatchings such as cross lines and dots are used to represent the depth within this portrait. as seen in this image the darkness of an area is shown by doing a much more of a closer/tight hatchings.

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several hatchings such as cross lines and dots are used to represent the depth within this portrait. as seen in this image the darkness of an area is shown by doing a much more of a closer/tight hatchings.

Jordan runs his own website entitled Tutodraw, which contains many tutorial videos showing...

Artist reveals top tips for creating incredibly realistic masterpieces

Global warming is the biggest threat to our world today. Species are endangered and habitats are destroyed because of the huge carbon output of human industries and activities each year.

Illustrations by Wenqing Yan

Global warming is the biggest threat to our world today. Species are endangered and habitats are destroyed because of the huge carbon output of human industries and activities each year.

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