Animal Drawing lessons|Artist Tips to make your Art POP from the page!

Welcome to my Animal drawing lessons video, in this tutorial I will show you how to use your copic markers and coloured pencils to draw a realistic Bengal Tiger.

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I use Copic Ciao colour markers found here:

I use the Pilot V5 thin tip pen found here:

I also use a black Sharpie found here:

The pencils I use are Caran D’ache grafwood found here:

The markers I use for coloured work are found here:

Strathmore Bristol Vellum paper found here:

I use a mechanical sharpener found here:

A must have piece of equipment MONO ZERO eraser:

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2 Replies to “Animal Drawing lessons|Artist Tips to make your Art POP from the page!”

  1. Awesome drawing, and thanks for the tips! I've always tried to make fur flow in a general direction, instead of specific direction to help give it either a lot or a little bit of shagginess.

  2. Welcome to my Bengal Tiger Drawing Tutorial. In this video I will show you exactly what I use and how I use them to get a realistic looking tiger using copic markers and coloured pencils

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