Traditional drawing is certainly way harder than digital and it is true that people are able to progress much faster digitally, but one should learn the traditional type of drawing and painting before starting digital drawing, since it often lays out the foundation for screen design._x005F _x005F This application contains a mixture of traditional drawing tutorials, drawing techniques and some methods for transforming and preparing your creations for screen design. Some are intermediate level and some are advanced tutorials that include general theory, useful tips, comic inspired art, sketch a pencil drawing, coloring processing, character sketching, doodles, shapes, proportional, perspective and much more. We hope that drawing tutorials and techniques in this post will be a great help to you_x005F _x005F Portrait tutorial_x005F This is a step by step tutorial on how to draw a realistic portrait. The artist assumes that you have a basic understanding of drawing and shading before attempting to draw a serious portrait. For this lesson he is drawing on 11x14 Fabriano Hotpressed Watercolor Paper. He is using Derwent Graphic Pencils ranging from 2H to 7B. For more information on any of the drawing tools that he mention in this tutorial, visit the drawing materials page._x005F _x005F How to draw lips_x005F In this tutorial artist will explain how to draw the structure of the human lips._x005F _x005F How to Draw a Car_x005F For this tutorial the artist will show the different steps he takes in drawing a realistic looking car. He chose to draw an american classic, the Corvette. This tutorial will apply to any car though because for the most part, they are all the same_x005F _x005F Pet Portrait_x005F A very good tutorial about how to draw pet portraits with colored pencils. Basic process and tips. Medium : Prismacolor Colored Pencils._x005F _x005F How to Draw a Realistic Eye_x005F Artist made this tutorial to show the different steps that he take in drawing a realistic eye._x005F _x005F TRADITIONAL SKETCH RENDERING_x005F At most design schools they teach you how to use a single wooden pencil to create an entire rendering, sometimes referred to as a Prisma-rendering due to the type of pencil usually used (Prismacolor wood pencils). These are fast and very pretty looking techniques, and they are fairly easy to master.