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Create Realistic Portraits with Colored Pencil Kindle Edition
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With just average drawing skills you can learn how to create realistic portraits with colored pencils. Fully illustrated in color, this book will show you how. Starting with required materials and continuing with subjects such as how to compose and make your sketch, simple pencil drawing techniques, what colors you should have and how to use them to get realistic skin tones, values and contrast, and much more. Included is one of the most complete step-by-step tutorials you will find in any book. Nothing is left to chance, as possible mistakes and fixes are also discussed.
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Kindle Customer Lea Blottiaux
4 October 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
This was a book on colored pencil portraits. It was easy to understand the techniques used. Especially the focus on facial coloring and gray values for shading. Very informational.
21 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
10 people found this helpful.
The illustrations of the art work in this book are excellent , I have been an artist for many years and the one thing I have learned is that an artist who believes they have "arrived" is an artist that has stoped learning, this book is great for learning how to do.many things
learning to use my prismacolor set
11 January 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
I liked the straightforward, nontechnical language from a person with experience you walking you through a portrait and even giving the time breakdown, tips and technique, and work in progress photos for color pencil drawing. The only downside is some glaring spelling or grammar errors (personnel for personal) that would make this book way more professional and polished if they were fixed. Read through it in one evening. Thanks!
Exceptional-True Step by Step
25 March 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
8 people found this helpful.
What a fantastic deal on this book. I bought it using my Kindle as I wasn't sure about the content. I am new to colored pencil and quite addicted to buying books! This is truly a step by step. Really great detail, easy to read. I can't say enough. The author really did a great job.
1 December 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
9 people found this helpful.
The most valuable part of the book for me is the colors/values table where skin colors are classified and three methods of creating values. After theoretic part, the book represents the detailed work process on one portrait using a photo as a reference.
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