You’ll Love This Colored Pencil Drawing eBook If:
- You want to learn how to get more realistic results when drawing colored pencil
- You love to draw in colored pencil & love learning new techniques
- You want to learn how to work in colored pencil directly from expert artist Lee Hammond
With clear, insightful colored pencil instruction, Lee Hammond shows you how to create lifelike compositions in this step-by-step eBook. Covering a wide range of subjects, Lee leads you through more than 40 colored pencil art projects, showing you essential colored pencil drawing techniques and tips along the way.
Using reference photos and graphing techniques, Lee builds technique upon technique in order to show you how to draw water, flowers, people, animals, glass, metal, brass, and much more. This is a must-have guide for any artist looking to explore the versatile medium of colored pencil. Create remarkable drawings with just a few colored pencil exercises today. Download this PDF eBook right to your computer or tablet and start learning & experimenting.
In the Lifelike Drawing in Colored Pencil with Lee Hammond eBook You’ll Learn:
- How to draw flowers, people, animals, metal, brass, sunsets, water, glass and more with colored pencil
- Colored pencil techniques for working with reference photos, graphing techniques, and more
- How to master simple techniques with more than 40 step-by-step colored pencil projects
A Word From the Author:
"This book is all about creating realism in your own artwork. It isn’t easy, and it requires great patience. If you put in the time, your work will take on a colorful, multi-dimensional quality that every realist craves. Practice the projects in this book one at a time, in the order in which they appear. It will give you the training you need to begin to fully develop your colored pencil skills." — Lee Hammond
Check Out This Excerpt From Lifelike Drawing in Colored Pencil with Lee Hammond:
When you burnish, you apply colored pencil heavily with a firm pressure that makes the pigment totally cover the paper surface. Because of the wax content of Prismacolor pencils, the pigment goes on with a creamy feel, and the colors become very opaque with the heavy pressure. This can make the colored pencil mimic the look of oil painting, with bright colors and a shiny impression. Many of the subjects I used to paint in oils I now do in colored pencil with similar results.
When you burnish layers of pencil, the colors mix together like paint instead of remaining independent. The texture or grain of the paper is flattened by the pencil pressure, and the pigment and wax of the pencil fill it in completely. When practicing this technique, use pencils with a bit duller point to balance out the heavy pressure of application.
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