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Artyfactory
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Artyfactory offers free art and design lessons for all
Artyfactory offers free art and design lessons for all

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In our free Color Pencil Portrait Lesson we will lead you from the first tentative marks that you make on the paper, gradually building up the layers of tone, color, pattern and texture to complete a confident and skilful portrait.
https://www.artyfactory.com/portraits/color-pencil-portraits/drawing-color-pencil-portraits.html
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Learn how to draw these sparkling eyes in our free art lessons:
https://www.artyfactory.com/portraits/color-pencil-portraits/color-pencil-techniques-eyes.html
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Improve your color pencil drawing technique with our free tutorials: https://www.artyfactory.com/portraits/color-pencil-portraits/color-pencil-techniques-nose.html
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A step by step tutorial on drawing the mouth with color pencils: https://www.artyfactory.com/portraits/color-pencil-portraits/color-pencil-techniques-mouth.html
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Teach yourself how to draw hair with color pencils in our free step by step lessons: https://www.artyfactory.com/portraits/color-pencil-portraits/color-pencil-techniques-hair.html
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To be able to capture the sensitivity of this tender moment with such economy of means is not only a remarkable testament to the power of line as an expressive force but also an illustration of Rembrandt's outstanding drawing skills. Explore the use of line in art at:
https://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/visual-elements/line.html
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Peter Doig develops the abstract qualities of color and texture through a network of branches in the 'The Architects Home In The Ravine'. Explore the use of line in art at:
http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/visual-elements/line.html
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Discover the optical properties of line in the dazzling work of Bridget Riley. Explore the use of line in art at:
http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/visual-elements/line.html
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Shape can be natural or man-made, regular or irregular, flat (2-dimensional) or solid (3-dimensional), representational or abstract, geometric or organic, transparent or opaque, positive or negative, decorative or symbolic, colored, patterned or textured.
http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/visual-elements/shape.html
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Organic shapes can convey a sense of formation and development, and suggest qualities such as softness, sensuality, flexibility and fluidity. Discover how artists express their ideas with different types of shapes:
http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/visual-elements/shape.html
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