Colored Pencil for the Serious Beginner: Basic Lessons in Becoming a Good Artist

Colored Pencil for the Serious Beginner: Basic Lessons in Becoming a Good Artist

by Bet Borgeson, Watson-Guptill Publications
     
 

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This new addition to a sucessful series is a sophisticated primer for readers who aeriously want to develop a professional career specializing in an art medium with great commercial potential. The book opens with a review of the methods of unique to colored pencil, its handling properties, and breadth of color range. Readers are shown how to create illusions of form,

Overview

This new addition to a sucessful series is a sophisticated primer for readers who aeriously want to develop a professional career specializing in an art medium with great commercial potential. The book opens with a review of the methods of unique to colored pencil, its handling properties, and breadth of color range. Readers are shown how to create illusions of form, volume, and space, and how to avoid overworking a picture by learning to see when it's finished. Then the author shares her special techniques for the most popular genres, still life and landscape, and for nontraditional subjects as well. She concludes with an insightful discussion on personal style and becoming a professional artist.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780823007615
Publisher:
Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony
Publication date:
09/28/1998
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.98(h) x 0.43(d)

Meet the Author

Bet Borgeson is the author of one of Watson-Guptill's all-time best-sellers—The Colored Pencil. Her work is published widely in the United States and Europe, and she intructs ongoing workshops. Borgeson lives in Portland, Oregon.

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