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Colored and Water Color Pencil

Soft Cover
Item #1510

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Colored Pencil and Watercolor Pencil – No Experience Required

23 Demonstrations

9 Skill-Building Exercises

If you’re interested in painting with “dry” and water-soluble colored pencils this is the perfect book for you! Inside is all the information you need to quickly master these two incredibly versatile mediums for beautiful results.

In no time, you’ll discover not only the basic pencil techniques but secrets to re-creating a variety of textures including flower petals, weathered wood, glass, metal and more!

Written in “cookbook” style, this book will show you how to use each medium separately or in combination for amazingly realistic artwork. A complete list of materials eliminates guesswork, and the book’s Quick Tips, Words to Know, and glossary put you on the fast track to artistic success with colored pencil!

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Painting with Water-Soluble Colored Pencils

Soft Cover
Item 501

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Painting with Water-Soluble Colored Pencils

18 Step-by-Step Demos 

12 Techniques

Tools and Materials Overview 

A Watershed in Colored Pencil Art! The most revolutionary book on colored pencil in almost two decades! For the first time anywhere, a book devoted entirely to water-soluble colored pencils. Forget those expensive, messy tubes and tins because water-soluble colored pencils can match anything that watercolors do.

Discover the versatility of this exciting new medium, with techniques such as wet-on-dry, dry-on-wet, wet-on-wet, and underpainting! In addition, there are 18 step-by-step paintings created by Gary Greene and five other master artists.

Learn how brands differ, about paper surface choices, brushes, masking materials, and more.

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