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Drawing Animal Art with Fineliners Tutorial

By Chameleon Art Products
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What does the fox say??

Well, if the very dapper Mr. Foxworth could talk, we’d imagine he’d be telling us how incredible the Chameleon Fineliners are. :D

But don’t just listen to the opinion of one fox, look for yourselves!

Introducing Chameleon Fineliners – the unique tool to help you write, draw, doodle, and color like no other.

By swapping the pen caps, or “hop the top” you can seamlessly blend from one color to another. It’s really easy to do and the effects are mesmerising!



Meet today’s featured contributor


lara is a self-taught fine line artist and painter from Vancouver, BC. She finds inspiration from the natural beauty of Canada, the strong, empowered women she grew up with, and antique things and places. Currently she is most passionate about drawing animals and landscapes and painting them on old objects she finds second-hand. She also takes tattoo design and pet portrait commissions, especially for her fine line art. Although art and old-fashioned creating is her truest passion, she also loves her job as a front-end software developer. 

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Catch her thoughts on the Chameleon fineliners here…

"Usually I stick with black pens, but I’ve been finding these Chameleon Fineliners a lot of fun to work with. They’re gradient pens so they have pigment in both the cap and the body.
I find them cool because, you can blend colors to create more polished looking drawings you don’t usually get with typical colored fineliners.
And using them is super simple. You take the cap of one color and pop it on the pen of another color. You leave it on for one to two seconds in an upright position. Then, you start drawing.
It takes a bit of practice to get to know exactly how long you want to leave the caps on for, but can create a nice, seamless gradient of two contrasting colors."



Watch the video below to find out everything you need to know about how our amazing fineliners work!


Aren’t they just mesmerizing?!

So, you know how to use these revolutionary fineliners, that means there’s only one thing left to do… Get busy creating! 😊  

What you need to create spiffing artwork: 

  • Chameleon Fineliners
  • If you’re writing your own quote, you’ll also need an HB pencil, kneaded eraser, and paper


Don’t forget to download Clara’s step-by-step instructions to learn her top tips for working with fineliners.

Download Tutorial




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