This one is another shot while teaching via Zoom, so the camera quality kind of stinks (sorry about that!), but I think it’s helpful for showing how I work to blend a large area like the table using Prismacolor colored pencils. You’ll also see me using a bit of Brush and Pencil Brand Colored Pencil Powder Blender, which I’m still a little on the fence about- I’m not seeing it make a huge difference in blending texture, which is what I’d want it to do. Nevertheless, I’m linking both the set of Prismacolors I’m using and the powder blender below in case you want to try either of them out. I definitely love the Prismacolors and have used them for ages!
Hope this speed draw is a fun exploration for you!
Prismacolor set of 150 https://amzn.to/3G9Fnte
Brush and Pencil Brand Colored Pencil Powder Blender https://www.dickblick.com/products/brush-pencil-colored-pencil-powder-blender/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmckw=04843-1001&gclid=Cj0KCQiAxc6PBhCEARIsAH8Hff1us0KeRH9y_6WA-eG6ZxhmFd7XuKtwx92je-PNe3Tin1wKrs5cEVAaAhahEALw_wcB
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