How to Draw a Double Exposure Portrait Using Colored Pencils

Do you like double exposure portraits? If you like them just too much, what about drawing one yourself – using colored pencils? A double exposure portrait is actually a combination of two pictures to create something striking. Usually, these portraits present a dream-like state.

Emmy Kalia, an accomplished artist from the Netherlands, knows really well how to draw one of these portraits.

If you are interested, you should follow Emmy as she goes on to create a wonderful double exposure portrait in this tutorial. She starts with a primary outline, draws the eyes, colors the skin and creates some trees. The hair strokes are amazing and the finalized portrait will simply blow your mind.

Watch the video now to believe it!

[Materials Used: Bristol smooth surface paper, Faber Castell polychromos pencils, Faber Castell pencil eraser, Caran d’ache luminance pencils, White uni posca 0.7mm]

About the Author Andrea Wood Schmitz

Mom of 6, Christian, writer, publisher, coloring-addict, coffee dependent.

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