Pastels: Art School : Step-By-Step Teaching Through Inspirational Projects
Rather than believing that art is a special gift, the books in this series are based on the principle that learning to draw and paint well, with all kinds of material, is something everyone can achieve. Each book is a complete guide to the materials, techniques and methods that you will need, and contains inspirational, practical projects and expert ideas and advice on all the latest approaches.
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