Colored Pencil Still Life Part 1

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COLORED PENCIL STILL LIFE SERIES


This lesson series includes:
7 HD videos • 7 hours of instruction
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DESCRIPTION:

This seven part series of recorded live lessons (1 hour each) demonstrates drawing a still life arrangement with Prismacolor colored pencils. Colors are layered and mixed to create a complete colored pencil painting. Each piece of the image is clearly demonstrated as the drawing is completed.
MATERIALS FOR THIS SERIES:

  • Bristol Paper (vellum surface)
  • "HB" Graphite Pencil
  • Colored Pencils
  • Colorless Blender (pencil)
  • Kneaded Eraser
  • Solvent (Turpenoid)

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Colored Pencil Still Life Part 1 — 13 Comments

    • Hi Sharon,

      Thanks for thinking of us! The hurricane turned out to sea and moved away from us. We ended up getting quite a bit of rain and little wind, but a much better situation than what the forecasters were predicting. I should have part 2 of the series, recorded on the 9th, up later this evening or tomorrow morning. Thanks again!

    • Hi Don,

      I have a set of 72 Prismacolor Premier pencils. With some mediums, you can get away with just a few colors including the primaries, but with colored pencils, the more colors you have – the better. Colors can be created or mixed by layering, but this process is far from perfect. But if you have more colors to choose from when layering, it makes it easier to match colors or at least get them close.

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