Creating Textures in Watercolor: A Guide to Painting 83 Textures from Grass to Glass to Tree Bark to Fur

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F+W Media, Mar 15, 1992 - Art - 144 pages
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"Silken strands of hair. Water tumbling over rocks. Blinding reflections in glass or metal. The textures of these elements are what make your watercolor paintings come alive. They make the viewer feel as if he could "step right into" the scenes you've created. Expert watercolorist Cathy Johnson shows you, in her practical, step-by-step manner, how to create 83 different textures, including: fruits and vegetables, hair, glass, metal, fabric, flowers, fur, skin and a variety of other textures."--BOOK JACKET.

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After reading the only member review on Cathy Johnson's "Creating Textures" I feel compelled to add mine. I am an intermediate level watercolorist and in a recent workshop, my instructor with 42 years ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter Three
17
Chapter Four
25
Chapter Twelve Skin Tones Natural TexturesScales and Seashells Forest
113
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About the author (1992)

Cathy Ann Johnson received her BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design, in Columbus, Ohio. She has one child, a son, names Clinton Love. The Christmas Story is Cathy Ann Johnson's 19 children's book.

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