How to Draw a Ruby Ring With Color Pencils in 3D- Narrated

Hello my friends and welcome
to another Tuesday of tutorial! I am Leonardo Pereznieto and
today we will draw a ruby ring. We begin by sketching an oval
for the ring. We start very lightly and then
apply more and more pressure. Let´s draw the width of it. Good! And then a circle or nearly
a circle for the Ruby itself. On the circle there will be
six little braces to hold the stone. I´m drawing this in perspective, as you see,
but it is a very simple perspective. Now I switched to a red. All this sketch I am doing it with
the Col-Erase pencils, precisely because they can be erased,
so I can do any corrections. Now let´s draw the shapes
of the facets. It will have a sort
of square in the middle and then a lot of triangles, more shapes similar
to triangles. Those little triangles will be like
the texture inside the stone. Let´s grab an intense dark red
and choose some to fill in. Then with a light red we do
some other ones. Very good! And now with a dark blue
I do some shading, on top of some sides of the dark ones. And I do the same with a purple
also filling in with some completely with this color… just to create changes in tone. I´m trying to do them a bit scattered,
what I mean is that there are not many of the same together,
but there are spread. It is not
totally random, however. In the end, it will have more
of the darkest ones toward the edges at the bottom part, so as to give some
volume. We do a few with an intense
orange, and then with the blue draw the base for some other ones, and we go over these of course
with a red. If you would like clear, step-by-step
instructions on how to draw precious stones, as well as many other surfaces
and effects, I recommend you my book ¨You can Draw! Simple Techniques
for Realistic Drawings¨. Let´s give a very light tone to these
two or three spaces that we have left white. In the description below the video
I will give you the full list of materials that I used for this drawing and I’ll also
place the link for the book on Amazon, or in the U.S. you can also find it in bookstores. Good! Now let´s draw some reflections
to the little metal holders. And to the ring of course. You can really play with the reflections
that is not a set thing because as you move the ring, they will change a lot. I think maybe it was a little bit hard to
see in the video but after I was done coloring
the stone, then I took the white pencil and did some big facets, or cuts
of the stone… …like the central big square
and the left side of the ruby. Yes these bigger ones will be
the cuts of the stone, and the other ones are like the texture of the ruby. I want to thank you for watching this video
and I want to especially thank uncle Raggy and Erick Thomas for always being there. It´s ready! If you enjoyed please give it a LIKE!
share it to your friends and subscribe to Fine Art-Tips. And I will see you,
on Tuesday 😉 Subtitled by Grethel Trejo


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  • oo m

    That's pretty
    I was told you should never use black when painting is that true?

  • Sakshi

    loved that artefact…..✌👌😄

  • Angel愛Toy

    Waaah… Sugoi so beautiful ☆*:.。.o(≧▽≦)o.。.:*☆

  • Rami Rami

    I love your uploads! Not only do they exemplify the science in art, but they give me a wonderfully happy feeling inside, too :') Keep up the amazing work! 🙂
    Love from India

  • screamingmimi90

    Omg I love the way you speak.


    Excellent work


    If you like please come to see my channel.

  • leen leo

    Waw It is perfect ,so amazing

  • Ananya Mittakola


  • My Art and Music

    beautiful work

  • surat ram

    To good sir i love u

  • Jes Si

    Beautiful! Just beautiful.

  • Thèm Ăn TV

    Nice drawing! keep it up 😍

  • ret umi

    thanks to people who translate the vidéos in french the vidéo is really interesting but it is hard to understood (for me) the anglish

  • IGdesigning

    wonderful as ever, and I have trouble with faceted stone drawing but love doing cabochons

  • Mindy Her

    nice artwork👏

  • Sketches & Diagrams Art

    OMG!!! It was supperb sir…😮😮

  • Carole Travailleur


  • Renata Ćurković

    Adore your videos 🧡

  • fer

    It took me a while to realize this wasn't a photo 😱 impressive

  • texnonik

    You have almost 1 milion subscribers ! Will make somethink special for this great number ?
    Nice drawing !

  • Eva K

    Thank you for sharing your amazing art work. If you run out of ideas for new tutorials , would you include using water soluble Color pencils? I got a set as a present from my friend, would love to try it . Water colors and brushes are so intimidating to me! Thank you !

  • Israel Art

    Te pille Arte divierte :v

  • Eric Thomas

    Thank you Leonardo! I am here again , I really enjoy the reflective spheres and gems, I must get your book! I have watched some older videos and must say I miss not seeing you in the video, I enjoy seeing you during the welcome ! After a long day of frowning people it is nice to see someone smiling and enjoying their craft! see you next tue!

  • NS Coolart
    How to draw goku

  • Hassan rrakss

    I'm from Iraq and I love painting but most of the beautiful pens are not in my country😢😢

  • Maria Eduarda Cortina Bartolomey

    I tried that and It didn't look like it at all =(

  • blu skay

    Omg this is so so amayzing Really ur smart.

  • Araz Arazz

    I can't live without your videos ♡☆♡

  • Manali Dhopate

    Wow that's awesome !! 😘

  • We can be the protectors of our future

    Brings me happiness to watch

  • Janet W

    super!! i find it difficult to blend the colors…mine looks like mosaik stones ,i have your book so i will just have to practice more !!!!!

  • Nelly Vazquez

    Pero esta utilizando los polychromos?

  • Sonali Kumari

    it was outstanding.i have learnt a lot. love from india.

  • Dale Margareth



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