DRAWING DRACO MALFOY
Drawing Draco Malfoy played by Tom Felton in Harry Potter movies using mixed media: colored pencils and markers.
Drawing the Draco Malfoy using the following materials
LET’S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK TO THE MATERIALS.
Prismacolor Colored Pencils: Very soft colored pencils, with richly saturated pigments, that I use for creating a smoot texture. They are very good for blending and perfect for shading and shadows. I use these pencils expecially for the softness of the skin and the clothes.
Uni-Ball White Pens: It really took me time to find a good white pen. At the beginning I was using white acrylic paint with a thin brush to create lights like sparkle in the eyes, teeth, hari or jewels but I was not happy with that. Now I am using this pen and I will not change it becuse it last a lot, the white is very strong and it works on top of many layers of colored pencils, which is not an easy thing to find.
Winsor & Newton Promarkers: I use the Promarkers as base when I draw cartoons, clothes or objects. I love them the make the surface smooth and harmonious. They are very satisfying to use and once dry it is still possible to apply layers of colored pencils.
Stabilo Point 88 Pen Sets: I use the Stabilo Pens for the edges or details, they produces very brilliant colors. They dry very fast and it is possible to use the colored pencils close or on top of the ink withouth smudge.
Drawing Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton)