Do you remember when you were young when you used Crayola crayons, colored pencils and markers for coloring and drawing? This may give the impression that the mark is associated with children's art. However, as adults, we often use them to color and sketch for ourselves. Professional artists also use markers in their illustrations, sketches, and calligraphy. Drawing marks have also been found in the hands of architects and fashion designers. We'll discuss all types of markers, the best art markers available, and some tips and tricks along the way.
In the process of painting, you can draw common objects in life to practice painting techniques, such as drawing racing car. This can be drawn with a marker. After drawing the draft graphics with a pencil, take a black marker to outline the structure line of the racing car, and use a marker to color according to the structure of the graphics. So, how to draw a good-looking racing car with ArtBeek marker? I will share with you the method and steps of drawing a racing car with ArtBeek markers.
If you have children in your family, you may have a bunch of markers. Kids love markers! Here are some ways to use markers to develop visual perception skills. Using common items such as ordinary old markers can easily and effortlessly solve the skills required for visual perception and handwriting.
Art pens, paint pens, markers or felt tips, whatever you choose to call what you use to color is your choice. But before we get into how marker drawing techniques differ, we'll briefly explain how markers are different from felt tips and other pens. Then, we will explore marker drawing techniques in more detail.