Painting Flowers A to Z with Sherry C. Nelson, MDA

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North Light Books, Mar 1, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Stop and paint the roses! And the tulips, and the sunflowers, and the pansies, and...

When it comes to painting flowers, Sherry C. Nelson definitely has a green thump. In this book, she shares her secrets to painting lovely, realistic looking flowers. Just follow the step-by-step lessons to create 50 blooming beauties—from amaryllis to zinnia and every blossom in between. Once you learn the basics—like how to create textures and common leaf shapes—you'll be able to paint any flower that grows! Sherry even offers tips for creating your own, unique floral designs. Although she works primarily in oils, Sherry includes information and color charts for acrylic and watercolor artists, making this a must-have reference for every flower painter.

 

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Contents

Materials
8
Techniques
10
Painting Basics
13
Flower Basics
16
Flower Techniques
22
50 Flower Painting Projects
30
Put It All Together
130
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