Creating Textures in Colored Pencil

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F+W Media, May 10, 2011 - Art - 128 pages
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Why limit yourself to colored pencil drawings? With the simple techniques illustrated inside, you can create colored pencil paintings rich with lifelike textures. It's easy! Just follow these step-by-step demonstrations to achieve the subtle contours of a rose, a rough orange rind, weathered wood, shiny metal, a child's soft skin, and more than 50 other textures that will add exciting new dimensions to your work!

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Review: Creating Textures in Colored Pencil

User Review  - Annie Feng - Goodreads

Awesome book! Glad to have discovered it again. I found this book when I was in grade 6, and now so many years later looking back, it really taught me everything I know about coloured pencils. I'm ... Read full review

Review: Creating Textures in Colored Pencil

User Review  - Goodreads

Awesome book! Glad to have discovered it again. I found this book when I was in grade 6, and now so many years later looking back, it really taught me everything I know about coloured pencils. I'm ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Gary Greene is a teacher and author of four colored pencil books and several Artist's Photo Reference books. His work has appeared in many books and magazines, and his paintings have won national and international awards. He has conducted workshops, demonstrations and lectures all over the world since 1985. He is a ten-year signature member of the Colored Pencil Society of America and has served on its founding Board of Directors for six years. Visit his website at www.ggart.biz.

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