By Michelle Boorstein and Kristin O’NeillPublished Apr 11, 2019 08:59:51When you are creating a story, you need to understand the story and know what to draw.
To illustrate your story, I recommend a few rules of thumb:Choose the right size for your story.
You can do this in either a pencil or a pen, or both.
Make sure your illustrations are as detailed as possible.
For example, if you are using a photograph of a dog, you should make sure that it has the correct dimensions for your illustration.
If you want your illustration to stand out, add a little extra flair to it.
For me, this comes from the color of the fur.
This is because fur is a really good indicator of color.
You want to make sure you can easily distinguish your illustration from your dog.
Use a soft brush to create your illustrations.
Soft brushes are great for drawing dogs because they do not scratch.
They can also help you to draw faces and body parts.
When you are drawing a dog’s face, you might want to use the same brush as your illustration and add more detail than you would if you were drawing a human face.
If your illustrations have a background, they should have a few details to add.
You don’t want to just draw a dog in a box and call it a day.
For that matter, you don’t even want to draw a horse.
You should have some details that show off the animal in your illustration, like eyes, ears, nose, tail, etc. When drawing your illustration of a horse, be sure to add details to it like a tail, a tail-like marking on the back of its neck, and so on.
If you do this, you can add more depth to your illustration by adding other details.
For more details on drawing illustrations, see this article about using a brush to draw dogs.
To add more details to your illustrations, add some background color to them.
This can be your dog, your character, or any other animals you like.
For the purpose of illustration, background color is a color that can be applied to anything.
For an illustration of the dog, the background should be bright yellow, orange, or pink.
If your illustration shows the head of the animal, it might also look like it has a little bit of fur on the head.
If the illustration doesn’t show the head, it could also be bright orange.
For a dog cartoon, the same rule applies.
A bright yellow background should match the color yellow.
For instance, you could have a yellow background that says, “I’m the dog.”
Or, if your illustration doesn “say” “I am the dog,” it might have a bright orange background.
For a cartoon, this is important because it shows that your animal is human.
Include a small animal that you can see in your drawing.
This will make the drawing appear larger than it really is.
For illustration, it would be nice if the animal is bigger than the dog.
For this reason, I would include the smallest animal that I can see.
If it is a pet, you would put the pet in the foreground.
For an illustration, the animal would be a rabbit.
For more details about drawing illustrations with small animals, see here.
Here is a simple illustration of what I mean: