Barron's Educational Series, 2003 - Art - 95 pages
Pocket-size Art Handbooks make good reference guides for art teachers and students. They are heavily illustrated in color and filled with descriptions, technical details, and instructional information. Titles are color-coded in four categories, according to the general topics they treat. Colored Pencils is the newest title in the Green Series, which illustrate art tools and theory. Students learn to use pencils to sketch, blend colors, and include in mixed-media artworks.
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Illustration The Importance
Sketches The Importance
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achieved allows the artist appear background basic colors blend blue brush Carlos Schwabe chromatic Claude Aubriet Color Drawing colored paper colored pencils allow combining complementary colors composition contours contrast create David Hockney Decorative Illustration direction Drawing by Esther drawing with colored drawn eraser Esther Rodriguez executed facades frottage glazes gouache graphite pencil hatching highlights Highly Detailed Drawings important intense intermediate tones landscape layers of color lead light and shadow lines Love of Botany Max Ernst medium mixing motif objects obtain orange Oscar Sanchis painting pencil sharpener pencil strokes pigment Pointillism possible practice primary colors range of colors realism remain visible result Ringed shading saturated Sgraffito shaded areas Shadings and Gradations shapes sketch soft squiggles strokes stylus superimposing surface texture Symbolist tertiary colors thickness three colors tonal gradation tonal value violet violet color washes Water-soluble Pencils Watercolor painting watercolor pencils white pencil yellow