You'll Love This Colored Pencil Drawing Book If:
- You want to learn how to draw fruit and flowers that glow in colored pencil
- You love drawing still life & want to know more
- You want easy instructions for improving your colored pencil techniques
Soak up Cecile Bairds’ tips for choosing the right colored pencil tools as well as how to master the basic techniques for painting light with colored pencil in Painting Light with Colored Pencil
. You’ll follow along as he shares his secrets to recognizing extraordinary subjects in everyday objects and tips on composition and lighting. Create fruit and flowers that glow when you paint accurate lighting that creates mood and atmosphere with these colored pencil drawing techniques
. Learn how to correctly use solvents & other tools such as paper, pencils and accessories. In the pages of Painting Light with Colored Pencil
you’ll also learn how to layer colored pencils to create luminosity and layer complementary colors.
Learn the top clues to painting luminous fruit, flowers and other still life subjects. Discover how to draw a flower or an apple the choice is yours. You’ll also pick up techniques for how to create glass, water and light and paint exciting textures of wood, velvet and rust. This colored pencil painting book also inclues two extended demonstrations that teach you how to incorporate simple steps for individual subjects into a refined, detailed painting. Find all you need to know to master the burnishing technique and the simple steps to understanding color and value with Cecile Baird.
In Painting Light with Colored Pencil You’ll Learn:
- How to draw kiwi fruit, cantaloupe, apple with crock, money plant, orchid, rose, autumn leaves and a shiny green leaf that achieve a luminous quality
- How to draw step-by-step demonstrations featuring a copper cup, cast iron kettle, freshwater shell, weathered wood box, velvet drape, and a linen tablecloth that show you how to add new textures to your colored pencil pieces
- How to draw light and water together by drawing candlelight, oil lamp light, spilled water, a water fountain and cobalt blue glass
- How to use artificial and natural lighting and choose the right lighting for your subject
Check Out This Excerpt From Painting Light with Colored Pencil:
Setting up a still life is one of the fun aspects of painting. Combine interesting objects into something you would like to share with others. Look for ways to make even the most ordinary objects exciting. In regards to my paintings, a viewer once said to me, “Who knew that three pears could be so interesting!” That’s one of my all-time favorite compliments.
If you paint subjects that you love, your enthusiasm will transfer to your art. The color of a piece of fruit, the texture of a basket or the shape of a tea kettle can be the inspiration for a still life.
Have a camera on hand as you look for inspiration for your work. Keep in mind some of the components that make up a successful painting:
Looking for the components in your subjects before you begin to paint will help you to arrange a pleasing composition.
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