Realistic flamingo drawing

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Recognizing a flamingo is easy – the appearance of this bird is unique and remarkable. These beautiful birds have very long graceful necks, large wings, slender pink legs with webbed feet, and short tails. Their bills are massive, hooked, and have a black tip.

Flamingos are also masters of balance. They can stand on one leg for several hours! During that time, another leg is tucked close to the body. It is supposed that such a pose helps to conserve heat, as flamingos spend much time feeding in cold water. A more recent hypothesis is that standing on one leg may require less effort, allowing the birds to support the bodyweight without any muscle activity.

The coloration of flamingos’ feathers varies from pink or orange to wonderful reds. It comes from the carotenoid pigments that are found in the birds’ food. A wild flamingo’s ration includes shrimp, algae, and plankton. Captive flamingos are fed a diet that helps to preserve their coloration.

However, not all flamingos can boast of such bright plumage. Some birds are grayish or white. The typical coloration of young birds is also less saturated.

In this drawing tutorial, I’ll show you an easy way to draw a flamingo with wonderful pink feathers. We’ll start with a graphite pencil outline. Then we’ll add some watercolor. At the finishing stage of the process, we’ll work on textures and finer details using colored pencils.

Art Supplies for this Drawing

Before we dive into the process, let’s take a look at the materials we’ll use.

Paper and Pencil

We’ll need a sheet of watercolor paper. (Mixed media paper is also an option.) My paper is a standard A4 size. The paper is quite heavy, 280 gsm, and has a subtle texture. Keep in mind that papers with a very rough, textured surface make it more difficult to create details.

See also:All About Drawing Papers and Surfaces

In most cases, drawing an object from scratch is a back-and-forth process of estimations and adjustments. During this stage, we’re making our sketch more and more precise – and also removing the unnecessary lines. Excessive erasing can damage the delicate surface of watercolor paper.

That’s why I’m going to create an initial graphite pencil outline on a sheet of ordinary printer paper. Then I’ll transfer the main contours of our flamingo to the watercolor sheet using carbon paper.

However, starting with the printer paper is completely optional. Feel free to jump straight to your final surface. Just be sure that you’re erasing as little as possible. Also, limit the number of graphite marks.

We’ll need a graphite pencil (H or HB type) and a soft eraser.

Watercolor and Brushes

My watercolor paints are White Nights by Nevskaya Palitra. I’ve chosen a deep Madder Lake Red Light and a red-violet Quinacridone Rose.

Feel free to work with watercolor of any brand. The colors are up to you too. Just pick a couple of reds – a warmer and a cooler one.

Watercolor paints used to paint the flamingo

I’ll be using two round squirrel brushes (sized 2 and 5) to apply paint.

See also:All About Artist Paint Brushes – Hair Types, Shapes, Marks, and Parts

The larger brush allows us to work with relatively broad strokes. It can wet a considerable area of the paper’s surface with a single touch.

The smaller brush can be used to control and guide the watercolor. Some areas, such as the neck, legs, and the edges of the flamingo’s body, require accuracy and precision.

A generic bristle brush will help us to create expressive watercolor splashes.

Brushes used to paint the flamingo

We’ll also need a container for water. Keep a paper towel or a soft clean cloth at hand. It will help to collect the excessive moisture from your brushes.

Colored Pencils

My colored pencils are Faber-Castell Polychromos. You’ll find the swatches in the image below.

Colored pencil colors used to color the flamingo

The number of pencils can be limited. The variety of reds in this range is based on difference in value and color temperature.

I recommend choosing at least three reds that present a simplified value scale – light, medium, and dark. In addition to this, pick at least one warmer or cooler variation that is supplemental to your reddish midtone.

Keep a pencil sharpener at hand. A sharp pencil point is required to create crisp details.

Drawing a Flamingo with a Graphite Pencil

I start with a graphite pencil on a sheet of thin printer paper. We’ll create a simplified framework of the flamingo’s body.

First, I draw the round shape of the bird’s head. Then I add the shape of the small eye. It is located on the upper part of the head, closer to the beak.

The bill is large and curved down. I add its rough shape.

I mark the direction of the neck with a long line that resembles the letter “S”. This part of the flamingo’s body is very flexible. When a flamingo is in the mood to preen its feathers, its head and neck easily go backward. While feeding, the bird’s neck is bent downwards with the same grace and simplicity.

The body of a flamingo has a massive coating of feathers. They can be divided into groups, depending on their sizes and textures. In a simplified manner, the typical body contour looks like a teardrop that is lying on its side. The head is quite small in comparison with the body.

I also mark the edge of the folded wing.

Basic shapes and lines used to draw the flamingo

I add the framework of the legs. The joints are marked with small circles.

There are three forward-pointing toes. Some flamingo species have a small hind toe and others don’t. As we’re depicting a collective image, it’s up to you to decide on the number of toes.

By the way, the flamingo’s backward bending “knee” is really the bird’s ankle. The actual knee is very close to the body and is not visible through the plumage.

The legs are very long. Considering the pose, they take up more than half of the overall height of the figure. A vertical line in the image below helps to evaluate this proportion.

Construction shapes of the flamingo

I refine the head. The lower part of the bill is larger than the upper one. I darken the tip of the beak with light graphite marks.

There is a nostril at the upper part of the beak. I add it too. Then I mark the borders between the beak and the head’s plumage.

I outline the contours of the neck and erase the subsidiary core line.

Refining the head and neck

The wings of a flamingo are large. Even in a folded state, they look fairly voluminous. The wings’ feathers keep the bird warm. They also allow it to swim and fly.

I mark the prominent contour of the wing in the lower part of the body.

We’ll draw the feathers of the wing and tail. To simplify the task, I divide the wing area into three sections. (Pay attention to the blue lines in the image below, illustration a.)

The feathers above the top line are soft, delicate, and fluffy. I leave this area untouched – refining this texture doesn’t make much sense now. Feathers of this area overlap the underlying plumage.

The feathers between the blue lines have a more pronounced, discernible structure. I give them some variation in shape and direction.

The feathers in the lower section are the longest ones. They are located beneath the elements of the previous group.

Drawing flamingo feathers

I outline the contours of the legs and feet. The front toes are webbed.

Now we can erase any unnecessary lines and the preliminary drawing is complete!

Completed flamingo sketch

Transferring the Drawing

Unless you’ve drawn your flamingo directly on the watercolor paper, it’s time to transfer the preparatory sketch to the final drawing surface.

I usually trace the contours while holding the papers up to the window. However, in this case, the watercolor paper is too thick. It doesn’t let the light come through easily, so I have to use carbon paper to transfer the drawing.

Normally, I avoid carbon paper because it can create marks that are difficult to erase. And yet, sometimes this option is the most convenient one.

If you use carbon paper, keep a light touch with your tracing tool. (It may be a pencil or a pen with an empty refill.) Working in such a manner, you’ll get very light, barely visible lines.

Also, try to limit the quantity of the traced marks. Your preliminary sketch may stay with you during the entire creative process. Refer to it if you need help regarding the details.

Here is what my traced image looks like (it is very light)…

Traced image of a flamingo

Applying the Watercolor

We’ll use colored pencils to enhance colors and refine details. We’ll use the watercolor as an underpainting. So, let’s continue next to watercolor.

Creating a Color Base

Let’s add some beautiful painterly washes!

With round brush #5, I moisten the area with clean water before applying the paint. Note that watercolor is heavily diluted. You can use a palette or a spare piece of paper to try the intensity of your colors before making marks on the final surface.

The type of paper affect the result. My paper has some percentage of cotton in its structure. It’s no wonder that the applications of watercolor will look significantly faded after drying.

I add Madder Lake Red Light mostly to the upper part of the bird’s body, including the head and neck.

Quinacridone Rose is applied to the legs and the lower areas of the wing. These areas would normally get less light from the environment. This wonderful red-violet color accents the subtle transition to shadowed areas.

I use a smaller brush #2 to paint the head, neck, and legs of the flamingo.

I apply an additional layer of watercolor to the darkest parts, such as the upper legs, the area under the wing, and the gaps between the feathers.

Pigments tend to consolidate into harsh edges near the contours of the figure. I use the smaller brush to push the pigments away from the edge while wet, without any pigment loaded in the brush.

I also add some diluted Yellow Ochre to the beak. Flamingos can be found at a beach, so I’ve decided to create a hint at sand under the bird’s feet.

First, I moisten the area with a clean brush. Then I apply the watercolor.

Painting the flamingo with watercolor

Creating Splashes

Now we’ll add some watercolor splashes to make the artwork more vivid and expressive.

But first, we have to make a protective stencil. It should repeat the shape of our bird. The stencil will cover the flamingo, allowing the splatter to go all over the negative space.

Here’s the easiest way to make a stencil…

Put a sheet of thin paper on top of your painting. Such paper has some level of transparency – especially if you place it against a light source. You’ll be able to see the silhouette of your artwork through the upper blank layer.

I outline the rough contour with a pencil and cut it out. Then I put the stencil on top of the bird.

Artwork covered with thin paper

I dip my bristle brush into the paint. I’ll be using all three colors one by one.

The wetter your brush, the bigger stains you can get. It may be a good idea to try this method beforehand – create some splatters on a spare piece of printer paper.

Press on the top edge of the bristles with a finger and push them aside. Feel how the bristles are trying to spring back. As soon as they are released, the paint will fall onto the surface beneath the brush.

Create as many stains as you wish. Let the artwork dry completely before proceeding to colored pencils.

Add watercolor splashes with watercolor

Drawing a Flamingo with Colored Pencils

With Light Flesh, I cover the whole figure of our flamingo, including the legs and the lighter areas of the beak. My pencil moves in small circles. Directional lines are also an option.

See also:Colored Pencil Techniques: A Practical Guide

The pressure on the pencil is light.

The application of this tint doesn’t change much in our artwork. It rather creates a base for further colored pencil applications. There is just a minor shift in the color temperature – the colors have become warmer.

First applications of colored pencils on the flamingo

I add Rose Carmine to the darker areas, applying it as a solid layer. Such areas include the lower parts of the head and body. I deepen the shadows between the wing feathers. The pressure is slightly increased.

Also, I mark out the legs by making their right sides a bit darker. Soft shadows help to differentiate the toes visually. I work on the neck, following a similar approach.

The upper part of the body is lighter, so I use this color to reveal some basic details of texture. I apply long lines that conform to the contours of the bird’s body. They imitate long, fluffy feathers.

When I’m working on such details, I always make sure that the tip of the pencil is sharp.

I add groups of short directional hatches to the lighter parts of the neck. They create the illusion of texture.

There is a soft pink spot on the flamingo’s beak, so I add it. I also darken the area near the eye.

In the image below, you’ll find a couple of samples of texture.

Texture created by adding colored pencils

With Deep Red, I make the colors even warmer. I strengthen the core shadows, including the lower part of the bird’s body, the side of the neck, and the legs.

I leave some gaps in the covering. They let the underlying applications of watercolor show through, creating a pleasant variation in color temperature.

I add long, thin lines to the lighter parts of the bird’s body. They repeat its contours and strengthen the illusion of texture.

Intensifying colors with additional applications of colored pencils

I apply Ivory on top of the lighter areas, including the beak, the lower parts of the legs, and feet. The pressure on the pencil is increased and the lines repeat the contours of the bird’s body.

As I move the pencil tip, I move the pigments found on the paper’s surface. The covering becomes smoother and more unified.

I work on the midtones in the same manner, using Salmon. I also polish the darker areas to unite the applications visually.

Burnishing colored pencils applications to soften the texture

With Brown Ochre, I create nice subtle nuances in the plumage. I add dots and short strokes to the legs and feet, creating the illusion of texture there.

This color is also applied to the area near the bird’s feet. The pencil moves in small circles at very light pressure. The edges of the resulting shape are very soft and blended.

With Red-Violet, I accent the darkest parts of the drawing, increasing the contrast.

I also draw the pupil. The pencil point is very sharp!

I use Payne’s Grey to shade the tip of the beak. I also darken the area of cast shadow on the sand that is beneath the flamingo’s feet.

We can include this gray into the darkest parts of the drawing, but keep the pressure as light as possible.

Flamingo drawing with watercolor and colored pencils

Drawing a Flamingo with Watercolor and Colored Pencils – Conclusion

Congratulations – we’ve created a beautiful artwork! Thank you for being with me on this creative journey. I hope that you’ve enjoyed the process of working with watercolor and colored pencils.

I wish you much inspiration for your future projects!

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    I know it's not technically summer yet, but it definitely feels like it is. School is out, the weather is warm, and the days are long. It's the perfect time for a popsicle - eating one, drawing one, or both!

    Drawing a realistic popsicle is surprisingly easy. I did my project using Prismacolor art markers (affiliate link here and below). Because they are alcohol-based instead of water-based, the colors blend easily and the shadows and highlights look very lifelike.  


    How to Draw a Realistic Popsicle

    Materials:

    Steps:

    Color the basic shape of the popsicle using Deco Blue, Brick White, and Crimson Red. Color the stick Sand. 


    Add highlights to the popsicle using Cool Grey 10% to color in three long rectangles, as shown below. The colors will blend to provide highlights. Color the right side of the stick with Light Walnut. Add some Cool Grey 10% to the right side and base of the popsicle and stick to make a shadow. 


    Use the Deco Blue, Brick White, and Crimson Red markers to add an additional layer of color to the areas outlined below. Add a tiny bit of additional shadowing to the right of the existing shadow using Cool Grey 30%. 


    That's all there is to it! Your popsicle is done. 

    Steve and Trevor got me a dozen new Prismacolor markers for Mother's Day, so this project was a fun excuse to play with some of my new shades. I gave them a chart of the colors I already had and asked them to pick markers from Dick Blick's open stock (the best and cheapest place to get individual Prismacolors) to complement what I already had. They did a great job! These are the 42 colors I now have: 

    While I would love to have all of the shades, my collection is now big enough to meet most of my coloring needs. Although now that I think about it, when I get my next dozen markers for some gift-giving occasion, I may wonder how I ever lived with *just* 42 before!

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      • Red Flamingo, Drawings / Sketch, Paintings, Photorealism, Realism, Nature, Seascape, Wildlife, Painting, Pencil, By Carla Kurt
      • Artist NameCarla Kurt
      • Year2011
      • Portfolio NameWILDLIFE
      • Art FormDrawings / Sketch, Paintings
      • Size14 (inches) H x 11 (inches) W
      • StylePhotorealism, Realism
      • GenreNature, Seascape, Wildlife
      • MediaPainting, Pencil
      • Keywordsred, flamingo, bird, feathers, orange, florida, beach, carla kurt, pink, flying, seabird, ocean, sea, gulf, top selling artist, best artist

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    "Red Flamingo" colored pencil art by Carla Kurt  (Original has been sold)  

    Red Flamingo was created by artist Carla Kurt in 2011. This art piece , which is part of the WILDLIFE portfolio, is a Drawings / Sketch, Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Photorealism, Realism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Nature, Seascape, Wildlife. The artwork was created in Painting, Pencil. The size of the original art is 14 (inches) H x 11 (inches) W.
    Words which artist Carla Kurt feels best describe this work of art are: red, flamingo, bird, feathers, orange, florida, beach, carla kurt, pink, flying, seabird, ocean, sea, gulf, top selling artist, best artist.

    About Carla Kurt


    ~~I specialize in highly detailed and realistic drawings and paintings of pets and wildlife. I have a large client base all over the world.  My artwork is in private collections throughout the US as well as internationally, including buyers in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Japan, Scotland, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Malta, Italy, New Zealand, Australia, the Netherlands, and South Africa.

    As a Professional Artist I believe it is important to use the highest quality art materials available.  For my colored pencil portraits I use a mixed selection of pencils for the best color palette and use of light-fast materials. I use Prismacolor Premier pencils along with Derwent Colorsoft. The pencils I use are archival, with the highest degrees of lightfastness to ensure no fading. I love to use different colors and weights of paper - my favorite paper is Strathmore 300-Series Vellum Bristol which is acid-free and archival museum rated.

    ~~I began developing my artistic abilities in high school, and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Art and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Graphics. I gained recognition through a college internship in which I created computer graphics for a project exhibited at Chicago's Museum of Science & Industry in 1985.

    My recent accomplishments include:
    *** In 2012, I was commissioned by the Cumberland Pencil Company (Derwent) in the United Kingdom to do a drawing that is shown on their colored pencil set packages, sold worldwide.
    *** In 2013, four of my wildlife drawings were featured on the set of AMC TV’s show “Low Winter Sun”.
    *** Also in 2013, a midwest art supply company acquired the rights to reproduce 8 of my drawings for use in 'paint-by-number', 'sketch-by-number', and 'colored pencil-by-number' activity kits, sold in craft stores throughout the US.

    I reside on my family farm in the rolling hills of Eastern Iowa. Surrounded by cornfields and cattle, my love and respect for nature is reflected in my deeply realistic artwork.

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    The 8 Key Factors for Painting Realism

    Updated: 06 Mar 2021

    How to draw and paint realism

    This guide is an introduction for painting fine art, in a realistic style.

    Realism is all about accuracy. The most important factors are accuracy of the structure, and accuracy in brightness values. When you get these two factors right, you will have 100% success rate.

    My 8 key factors in achieving realistic results are:

    1. Precision - accurate drawing from observation.
    2. Values - brightness values.
    3. Contrast - contrast range in brightness values.
    4. Edges - sharp or soft.
    5. Transitions - in brightness values, colors, texture, temperature and so on.
    6. Temperature - warm and cool colors.
    7. Colors - the object's fingerprint.
    8. Saturation - how sharp and rich colors are.

    Understanding these characteristics applies to ANY medium. I.e. pastels, oil paints, acrylics, watercolor etc.

    In addition, it is advisable to understand the laws of nature, perspective (linear & atmospheric), depth, geometry, and to master the craft of color mixing.

    Note:

    At the end of this tutorial, you will find about how your painting style is determined, useful painting tips and a summary.

    1. Precision

    Precise drawing is the ability to draw ANYTHING from observation.

    Realistic pencil drawings from observation

    With knowledge and experience we can paint any style (portraits, still life, landscape, etc.), and any type of texture (glass, metal, hair, fabric, etc.).

    Pencil drawing of a giraffePencil drawing, giraffe
    Considering anatomical structure

    The advantage of learning to draw before (or alongside) learning to paint, is realizing the importance of precision, brightness values, edges and transitions.

    Pencil drawing of a great white sharkPencil drawing, great white shark

    Important:

    Being accurate in the initial sketch is crucial. Accuracy is a synonym with likeness, meaning how credible the result will look like.

    Therefore, it is important to pay attention to shapes, proportions and anatomy.

    If you struggle with accuracy, visit my tutorial on how to draw from observation.

    2. Brightness Values

    Brightness value (also value ​​or tone), is how dark or light any part of a painting is.

    By using dark and light values, it is possible to create a three-dimensional illusion on a two-dimensional surface, thus creating (illusion of) depth in a painting.

    The more accurate the brightness values ​​are, the level of realism increases. Therefore, accuracy in brightness values ​​is critical!

    It is less complicated to see the difference in values in a monochromatic drawing or painting. With colors, it is a bit more challenging.

    The way to understand and apply values ​​is first to understand their importance.

    Then, observation is the key. Meaning, looking at any part of an object or surface, trying to determine how dark or light it is.

    One way to determine the value of an object ​​is to blink a little or close the eyes slightly, in order to lose focus.

    While out of focus, the texture of an object becomes less noticeable, and it is easier to detect its brightness level.

    With your eyes partially closed, you can compare between your painting and the object or image you are trying to paint, and see which is darker or lighter.

    A realistic oil painting of the moonDetails & depth are variations in brightness values

    Tip:

    There is only one color (gray) when drawing with graphite pencils, so the focus is on brightness values.

    Therefore, drawing is a good foundation for learning to paint.

    For more in-depth tutorial on drawing, read my guide for realistic pencil drawing.

    3. Contrast

    Contrast in brightness values is important. If the dark parts of a painting are not dark enough or the light parts are not light enough, the painting will look flat or dull.

    When there is enough contrast, meaning a big range in brightness values, from deep shadows to bright highlights, the painting will have more depth.

    Sheep realistic pencil drawingsContrast to add depth

    To understand depth, read my 15 methods guide on how to draw depth.

    4. Edges

    There are no lines in nature!

    In the past, when the laws of perspective were still not fully understood, there was extensive use of contour lines to delineate objects and figures.

    Unlike cartoon & comics drawing, that is characterized by drawing outlines, when painting realism, painted objects have no lines.

    Every part, area or surface on an object ends. Where an object or part of an object ends, is its edge.

    Edges can be sharp or soft. When an object or a figure has a soft edge, it will look less sharp and out of focus.

    Soft objects such as hair, fur, fabric, etc., will have soft edges.

    Shadows will have soft edges. Light moves in waves, so the shadow cannot be perfectly sharp.

    In landscape paintings and in accordance with the laws of atmospheric perspective, the more distant an object is, it will be less clear, meaning not in focus, and therefore its edges will be softer.

    Realistic oil painting, path in the forestDistant trees have soft edges as opposed to the sharp edges of the nearest trees

    5. Transitions

    Transitions in a painting are changes that exist in an object or a surface.

    There are many types of transitions. Some common types are:

    • Transition in value, from dark to light.
    • Transition in colors or shades, from one hue to another.
    • Transition in temperature, from warm colors to cool colors.
    • Transition in texture, from soft to rough surface.
    • Transition in edges, from sharp to blurry.

    For example, a sharp shift in brightness values ​​will produce sharp edges and a sharp angle. In contrast, a gradual transition in brightness values ​​will produce a soft edge and convex objects:

    Pencil drawing of transitions in brightness valuesTransitions in values

    Each part of an object or a surface will have different relationships with any light source.

    Therefore, some parts of a tile will be closer to a light source, or in a different angle, meaning there will always be transitions.

    Sometimes transitions will be because of a reflection, like reflection of the sky.

    Example for transitions in brightness valuesTransition due to lighting
    Example for transitions in values due to reflectionTransition due to reflection

    When painting, the change in transitions is more significant because, usually, a small part of a canvas represents a much larger area in reality, particularly in landscape paintings.

    So, pay attention to transitions in order not to create a flat, unnatural surface.

    Realistic seashore oil paintingTransition of colors in the sky: from greenish blue in the left, to purplish blue to the right

    6. Color Temperature

    When using colors, the color temperature has importance.

    Temperature is how cool or warm colors are.

    • Purple, blue and green are cool colors; they bring to mind cold things like the ocean.
    • Red, orange and yellow are warm colors; they bring to mind hot things like fire or the Sun.

    A cool or a warm color can be warmer or cooler.

    For example, cadmium yellow is a warm yellow because it is an orangey yellow.

    Lemon yellow, on the other hand, is a cooler yellow because it is a greenish yellow. It is still a yellow and therefore a warm color, just a bit cooler.

    In reality, the lighting issue is complex. For example, the warm light from the sun will produce warm areas, but the shadow areas will be illuminated by the sky, which is the secondary light source.

    On a clear day, when the sky is blue, the shadow will be cool, slightly purple or blue.

    On the other hand, at a sunset, when the sky is warm, like pink or orange, the shadow will be warm too.

    The reason is the role of the sky as a secondary light source that provides diffuse sky radiation, meaning scattered light.

    Therefore, on a clear day, due to the influence of atmospheric perspective and the blue sky, the distant areas of a painting will be cooler (because there are more atmosphere particles between them and the observer), and the close areas will have warmer colors.

    Oil painting of birch trees in the snowDespite the warm sunlight, the shadow will be cool (purple) because of the sky

    In indoor lighting, there can be several artificial light sources (cool, warm or a combination of both), including cool sky light (or warm direct sunlight), and reflections from the surroundings such as the color of the walls, etc.

    Can you see the color temperature on the wall?

    Apartment wall affected by different light sources

    For realistic results, we need to train our eyes to notice color temperature.

    In the next example, the top part of the wall has warm color due to warm artificial light and reflections. The bottom part of the wall receives direct cool light from the sky (via the window).

    Transition in color temperature on the wallTransition from warm to cool color

    7. Colors

    Each object is built from specific pigments, thus identified with a unique color.

    Color serves as the object's fingerprint.

    To be accurate in choosing colors, we need to master the craft of color mixing, and understand the relationships within the color wheel.

    Colors change during the day depending on lighting, climate conditions and other factors, yet each object has color characteristics determined by the pigments it is made from.

    In some cases, inaccuracy in color mixing may not be critical as long as the values ​​are accurate, but inaccuracy in values ​​will produce unrealistic results.

    Realistic flamingo oil paintingFlamingo has a unique color that represents it

    To define the exact color we want to use, we have to pay attention to 4 color attributes:

    • Hue
    • Brightness values
    • Temperature
    • Saturation

    To learn more about relationships within the color wheel and to master the color mixing process, check out my guide on how to mix oil paints.

    8. Saturation

    Saturation is how sharp and rich a certain shade of color is, or how dull and gray it is.

    Without any color at all, the hue will be gray. In contrast, pure color, that is, maximum saturation, will be generated by the use of a single wavelength like a laser beam.

    Thus, saturation is determined by the variety of wavelengths that make up the hue, and their relative intensity.

    Adding white, black, gray or brown to a certain shade will help reduce its saturation as needed.

    In nature, colors are somewhat gray. Adding a bit of the opposite color in the color wheel to any color will make it less saturated.

    With experience in color mixing, it is easy to notice how saturated any part of an object is.

    An example of using less saturated colors:

    Realistic bird on a branch oil paintingOil painting, bird

    It is a good practice to create color palettes or color charts. As reference, color palettes are a quick solution to mix the correct color.

    For each pigment (or mixture of two pigments), we add white gradually.

    Color chart palette for green colorsGreen palette (mixture of blue & yellow)

    How is Your Painting Style Determined?

    There are 4 major attributes that will determine the level and style of the way you paint:

    • Learning
    • Practicing
    • Passion
    • Personality

    Learning:

    Know your craft, research constantly and always ask why!

    If after a long time of being a painter you notice that your art still looks the same, and you do not feel it is at the level you wish for it to be, the answer lies in learning.

    Find a good mentor, research online, buy books and join a class or a course that is highly regarded.

    Recommended books for learning to drawRecommended drawing books

    Learning a technique to paint a specific object is wrong. If you learn to paint a specific tree, what will happen if you want to paint a different type of tree?

    Feel free to visit my guide for drawing trees.

    Examples from my guide on drawing trees

    When learning the right way, you learn to paint EVERYTHING.

    To start with, focus on accuracy of the form AND correct brightness values. When doing it right, you will have a satisfying result.

    Do not forget to leave lines out of your painting; use them only as guidelines to draw your form.

    Practice:

    The amount of hours you put into your craft is, arguably, the most important factor. The more you will practice the better your art will be.

    Usually, it takes years to master any craft. There are no shortcuts, but if not combined with learning, the process will be longer.

    In addition, while practicing, you will learn a lot, sometimes even by accident. Or, as Bob Ross used to say: "We don't make mistakes; we just have happy accidents".

    A pencil sketch of Bob RossBob Ross graphite sketch

    Passion:

    When you have a strong desire for painting you will find the time to practice, you will be eager to learn, and you will start looking at the world in a painter's eye.

    Check out other accomplished painters for inspiration. Find artists you like online, or follow them on your favorite social network.

    Looking at beautiful art will give you the appetite to create your own masterpiece. If they can, so can you!

    Personality:

    Your Personality determines your style.

    Some people have the character to draw or paint for hours and hours daily, and pay attention to every little detail.

    Others are more interested in the big picture (for example, composition) or in a loose style.

    If you are a beginner, you might want to read my guide for still life composition drawing.

    We all have our own personality and a lifetime of influences. Since each one of us is unique, the way we paint and the subjects we choose to paint are unique to us.

    Painting Tips

    Paint what you see, NOT what you know.

    To start with, try to focus on what you see. In the next example, we know that the top of a cylinder is round.

    When we look at it from a side view, we do not paint what we know, we paint what we see, meaning an ellipse (foreshortened circle).

    Foreshortened circle when painting from observation

    With practice and knowledge, the process can be reversed, and we can learn how to draw from imagination.

    Examples from my guide on drawing from imagination

    If it is hard for you to see accurately, try to close one eye when observing an object or a scene.

    The world is two-dimensional.

    Actually, the world is three-dimensional, but we draw and paint on a two-dimensional surface like paper or canvas.

    So, we need to get used to look at the world in a two-dimensional way.

    For example, we know the top part of a box has depth, but we disregard it and look only for angles, because our surface is two-dimensional:

    How to look at 3D object in a 2D way

    For MANY painting tips and inspiration by top realistic painters, visit painting tips by fine art painters.

    Summary

    Precision:

    Accuracy in drawing is crucial, and the key when drawing portraits. Each person has a unique facial structure and any change in the structure will change the likeness of that figure.

    Different animals have different anatomical structure. A horse, for example, has an anatomical structure different from a donkey or a zebra.

    Values:

    Correct brightness values are critical in achieving a realistic result.

    The way to get the values right is to observe by asking if the painted object is darker or lighter than the reference object, and then to correct the value accordingly.

    Contrast:

    Contrast range, between dark and light, should be large enough in order to create an intense, rich painting.

    Contrast in temperature (warm and cool colors), complementary colors, edges, texture, or any other factor, is important too.

    Edges:

    Pay attention to soft and hard edges.

    You can use your "artistic license" by changing the edges, making an object look closer and in focus, or distant and blurry.

    Remember that "artistic license" is, in a sense, a distortion of reality and should be used sparingly when painting realism.

    In order to add an object to a painting, use "scientific license", meaning, your knowledge in perspective, geometry, climate, etc.

    Transitions:

    Transitions of different types exist in every area of ​​the painting.

    Sometimes, it is difficult to see them when there are so many distractions such as objects, textures, shadows, reflections, colors, etc.

    Temperature:

    Temperature determines the overall atmosphere of a painting.

    Colors:

    Any object is identified by its colors.

    An olive tree, for example, has a unique green color that is different from other trees and therefore, it is important to be precise when mixing colors.

    Saturation:

    Nature is somewhat gray. The level of saturation should be inspected carefully.

    For ALL factors that are part of a realistic painting, OBSERVATION is the key!

    Where to Go Next?

    To learn perspective, visit my beginners guide to linear and atmospheric perspective.

    For learning to draw and paint online, check out my list of recommended YouTube channels for learning to paint.

    Sours: https://ranartblog.com/blogarticle15.html
    How to Draw a Realistic Flamingo

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    Draw Flamingo Bird



    Please PAUSE the "How to Draw a Flamingo" video after each step to draw at your own pace.




    For the first few steps, don't press down too hard with your pencil. Use light, smooth strokes to begin.


    Draw Flamingo Bird 1

    Step 1: Draw a big circle as a guide for the flamingo's body. Leave enough room at the top and bottom for the head and feet. Don't worry about the circle being perfect. It's just a guide.


    Draw Flamingo Bird 2

    Step 2: Draw a smaller circle on the top right side as a guide for the flamingo's head. The higher up you place the circle, the longer the neck will be.


    Draw Flamingo Bird 3

    Step 3: Draw two arcs on the right side of the flamingo's head as a guide for the beak. Place the second smaller arc under the first to create the bent beak.


    Draw Flamingo Bird 4

    Step 4: Draw a curved line under the head as a guide for the flamingo's neck. Draw the line lightly at first to get the S shape right.


    Draw Flamingo Bird 5

    Step 5: Draw a long line under the body as a guide for the flamingo's leg. Bend the end a bit for the foot.

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