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The author shows how to create form, volume, and space and avoid overworking a picture. She also shares special techniques for both popular and nontraditional subjects and discusses how to become a professional artist. 200 color illustrations
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Columbia Gorge Community College Library 741.24 BORGE 1998 (Text) 23892000943558 Main Collection Book None 05/30/2018 Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780823007615
  • ISBN: 0823007618
  • Physical Description: 128 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
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  • Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 1998

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
Formatted Contents Note: Materials: Pencils -- Drawing surfaces -- Sharpeners and other basic tools -- Setting up a workspace -- Fundamentals: Drawing -- Color and drawing -- Mixing color with colored pencil -- Colorist approach -- Creating illusions of form, volume, and space -- Composition: Primal nature of edges -- Getting started -- Ideas and inspiration -- Working from life and from photography -- Building your own techniques -- Demonstration: color lifting techniques -- Demonstration: impressed line technique -- Working procedure -- Appraising work in progress -- Knowing when you're finished -- Still life and floral: Selecting and setting up a still life -- Lighting your still life -- Integrating subject and background -- Demonstration: a still life -- Floral still life -- Demonstration: a floral still life -- Landscape: Rooms of landscape -- Working from location to studio -- Finding your setting and center of interest -- Using color to suggest space -- Eloquence of understatement -- Naturalistic landscape -- Demonstration: a natural landscape -- Imaginary landscape -- Demonstration: a fantasy night landscape -- Afterword: Art and independence -- Becoming a lifelong artist -- Blending art with livelihood -- Exhibiting and selling your art -- Long view: laddering your goals -- Index
Summary, etc.: The author shows how to create form, volume, and space and avoid overworking a picture. She also shares special techniques for both popular and nontraditional subjects and discusses how to become a professional artist. 200 color illustrations
Subject: Colored pencil drawing Technique
Colored pencil drawing Technique
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