Expand your creativity and enhance the look of your colored pencil pieces! Follow along step by step as Janie shares her best techniques for working on drafting film and dark surfaces in conjunction with watercolor and soft pastel.
Along the way you’ll learn lessons on layering, transparency, values, application, and more for exciting new looks with colored pencil!
Order your copy of this must-have lesson to:
- Discover easy techniques for working on drafting film and dark surfaces
- Try new exercises for enhancing colored pencil with watercolor and pastel
- Learn step by step with 104 minutes of instruction from the master herself!
- And more!
Discover an entirely unique outlet for your creativity! Use Janie’s innovative techniques in your own work—order your copy of this must-have lesson today.
Janie Gildow began her career in art education, and was the recipient of the Martha Holden Jennings Award for excellence in teaching. A professional artist since 1991, her colored pencil works are internationally acclaimed and have won numerous awards, and as a member of the CPSA and its Membership Director for 2 years, Janie earned Signature status and the 5-Year Award. Janie is the author of The Colored Pencil Solution Book and Colored Pencil Explorations, both published by North Light Books. She currently resides and teaches classes in Green Valley, Arizona and at the Sonora Desert Art Institute. For more information, visit janiegildow.com.
What Jennifer Lepore, Online Content Development Manager for ArtistsNetwork.TV, has to say:
Be prepared to experiment and enjoy colored pencil in this video! I dare say that some of the colored pencil techniques you will learn here can even speed up the process—I love the idea of underpainting to have a rich color on which to start. And, be inspired by the surfaces Janie demos on--translucent vellum and black open up new possibilities and give dramatic results you will love.