Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil: Basic Techniques for Mastering Traditional and Watersoluble Colored Pencils

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2005 - Art - 144 pages
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Colored pencils are convenient, neat, portable, economical, forgiving. Now they're even more ideal for beginning artists because they're available in amazing new water—soluble versions. Start with a drawing in colored pencil, then add water to create a painting. It's amazing—and amazingly easy. Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil covers traditional colored pencil techniques as well as tips on mastering the new water—soluble colored pencils. From basic color layering, burnishing, and lifting, to using water—soluble pencils to create beautiful florals, still lifes, and landscapes, this book is full of great ideas and step—by—step inspiration.

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About the author (2005)

Kristy Kutch has taught more than
100 colored pencil/watercolor pencil workshops nationwide. A contributor to many books on colored pencil and an accomplished artist, she lives in Michigan City, IN.

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