How to Draw a 3D Chrome Sphere With Colors – Fine Art-Tips

How to Draw a 3D Chrome Sphere With Colors – Fine Art-Tips

Hello my friends and welcome
to another Tuesday of tutorial! I am Leonardo Pereznieto and
I’m very glad to see you again. Today we will draw a chrome sphere. To help do this circle
I’ll use this round tray. With a dark gray marker I start sketching where
the dark reflection will go around the top. You can use a pencil to sketch the shapes of the
figures that will be reflected off the sphere. These will be distorted because of the form. I’ll draw some ground lines
that go to the horizon. And on the left side, a building. Here some trees and another building. With a black marker we
fill in the darkest parts. The full list of materials is in
the information below the video. Some light gray to the building. And also to the ground. This will be like
a plaza, or something like that. We may do the trees with a green pencil. It also could have been a marker but I don’t
have a green color, so pencil is ok. The sky with a light blue and the other building
will be a mix of yellow and gray. (The short building will be reflected on the
other one.) With a white pencil, pastel-like, we can do
the brightest reflection of the sky. It starts looking nice. I LOVE doing this! With a light blue pencil we
do a reflection on the building. Will do the shadow of the sphere with a charcoal. And that is because I want to
smudge it with a stump, like this. While the black color
pencil doesn’t smudge easy. Let’s do some more reflections. I want even brighter accents so I use acrylic paint. That’s better! We can soften the edge with
white pastel and blue pencil. Let’s simulate some more tree leaves. With a very fine marker we can do the lines
of the building and the ground. But I don’t want them so sharp at a distance
so I lose them with a gray pencil. Let’s reinforce the shadow and smudge. I will also reinforce the lights. And that
is because if it is chrome, it needs to be very extreme on the lights and darks. I think we should do some touches
with acrylic paint to the building, and a soft reflected light on the bottom of the sphere. The last details and it is ready! Please let me know what do you think about it. If you enjoyed it please give it a LIKE
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100 thoughts on “How to Draw a 3D Chrome Sphere With Colors – Fine Art-Tips

  1. Bonjour je suis un artiste de 20 ans . Partager et aimer ma page svp ! Concour ,tutoriels, tatoos et beaucoup plus !

  2. Amazing, Leo. Very helpful to a learner such as myself…but, tell me- do you think I will ever be able to draw and colour as fast as you? (hehe…)

  3. I Do Landscape Speedpainting on my channel with Oils, what's your favorite medium to work with? aside frome pencil 🙂

  4. i am amaised at your work, like seriously i was waiting to see what technique you will use to make the ball look sooooo realistic. seriously you make such difficult drawing look simple….

  5. i have no words that really very very very good😗😗😗👍👍👍😉😉😉😙👌👌👌👌

  6. Stunning, I'm a fan from Australia. Love your videos. Liked and subcribed. I missed it when you didn't say that you love drawing. Say it when you like don't listen to the complainers. Could u please do a slow step by step on how to draw and colour with pencil on a honey jar please, like in Winnie the Pooh. Thank you.

  7. I love how friendly and gentle you sound, that is what I want all my teachers to sound like. It's encouraging and makes you feel like a child again. <3

  8. I miss the painter who is painting the sphere 😎in reality there is all Time the person who’s seeing the sphere in the center of it ! If you look with both eyes there’s the point between your eyes if you close one eye, the other is in the center!
    In the past I try it some time but my results are not so good. Perhaps you will show us how to do it right 😳

  9. Very, but very good! Você é um gênio! Será que se eu treinar muito, ficarei assim nesse nível em algum dia?

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