Monday, September 19, 2016

How to Draw Hematite Doodle Gem Tutorial Ep 26

This week's episode in my Doodle Gem Series is Hematite. A wonderful shiny almost metallic grey stone that is usually around 60% iron. I used a limited pallet and even figured out what colors you would use if you were using Crayola too.


Cardstock Neenah, Solar White 110 lb

Pigma Micron Black ink 02

Signo Uniball UM-153 White Ink

Colored Pencils-

I Used: Prismacolor, Black, 50% Grey, White, Indigo, and Colorless Blender.

If you only have Crayola: Black, Slate Grey, White and Navy.

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Kristy Tyra said...

Hello, I remember you mentioning the Marco Raffine pencils that you received from Peta Hewitt (love to watch her color!). I found where you can order them from Amazon and eBay, $20-$25. I plan on ordering some as soon as my piggy bank lets me! Thought you might want to pass on the info.

Kristy Tyra

Stephanie said...

Thank you Kristy! That is awesome news and I'll be sure to pass that along! I love the Marco Raffines I just haven't done videos with them as they have been hard to find here in the States. :)