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Painting Skin Tones in Pastel

By Alain Picard

Format: DVD

SKU# U7868

In this video from pastel portraitist Alain Picard, you'll learn how to paint six different skin tones using chalk pastels. You learn about using color charts and concepts of hue, shade and tone to set up a pastel palette in a variety of colors and pastel types. Then, follow along with Alain to create a chart for each skin tone, ranging from pale skin to dark brown or black, containing nine different shades in a range of cool, neutral and warm. On the way, you'll also learn how to apply the chart to your portraits so that creating realistic skin tones in pastel becomes easy. You'll be ready to create your own skin charts and start drawing your friends in no time!

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SKU U7868
Author/Speaker/Editor Alain Picard
Format DVD
ISBN 13 9781440333385
Runtime 1 hour, 36 minutes

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Pros and cons of the dvd Review by Audrey

I was a little disappointed. I thought there would be instruction on actual portrait painting and I also don't know how to select my colours as Alain does not say which colour or type of pastel he is using. The colour wheel has been hugely helpful to me and his different skin tone colours are helping me with my other media.

(Posted on 1/15/2014)

Happy with it! Review by Carrie

I am a painter and pencil artist. I haven't used pastels in years but when I saw the preview of this DVD I knew I had to get it. I paint and sketch Portraits a lot. It is a part of my income. When watching this DVD I can take his technique of color and apply it when using my paints and pencils. I feel this DVD would benefit portrait artist whether you use pencil or paint. Thinking of pulling out my pastels and buying another DVD of Alain Picard.

(Posted on 1/12/2014)

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