You'll Love This Pastel Painting Book If:
- You want to make your outdoor compositions more lifelike & engaging
- You love working with pastels to create landscapes & portraits
- Light & shadows have been giving you trouble in your painting or drawing
Learn the essential pastel painting techniques
you'll need to create brilliant light and shadow effects along with Maggie Price in this comprehensive pastel painting book. Learn basic techniques & approaches that will help you capture the elements of any type of scene. Follow along through 10 step-by-step demonstrations as Maggie Price shares her pastel painting tips & tricks for tackling various weather conditions and times of day.
Learn how to create dramatic or playful shadows and convincing reflections on a river or a pond. Whether you're painting indoors or outdoors, you want to capture a gloriously clear morning as it happens or a rainy afternoon from a photograph you'll discover what you need to make it happen with Maggie Price in Painting Sunlight and Shadow with Pastels.
In Painting Sunlight and Shadow with Pastels You'll Learn:
- Basic principles for realistic light and color
- How to mix & blend the right colors for portraying light in a variety of scenes
- How to paint lifelike reflections of light on water
Watch now as Maggie Price opens up the pages of Painting Sunlight and Shadow with Pastels and gives you some take-home tips along the way!
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What Other Artist's Are Saying:
"Maggie Price's new book is fabulous. I just rec'd it and I couldn't put it down. It has tutorials, step by step and absolutely wonderful visual aids. Right away I learned how to do the wash which I had never done. Then again I'm very new to pastels. This book is a must have and I'm so glad I purchased it." --Kittie
A Word from The Author:
"Sunlight and shadow are the inseperable elements of describing form. A shape portrayed as totally in sunlight can appear flat and one-dimensional; a shape totally in shadow may nearly vanish. Think back to the basic exercise of drawing a cylinder and its components: the the side facing the light source, the dark shadowed side opposite the light source, and the halftone area between where light and dark merge to create the dimension and shape of the cylinder.
These basic elements of light, dark and halftone are the first building blocks of describing form, but they are just the beginning. Exploring the nuances of sunlight and shadow can take as much time as the artist is willing to give." --Maggie Price
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