Watercolor Pencil - Walter Foster (Paperback)

Explore a Range of Styles and Techniques for Creating Your Own Watercolor Pencil Masterpieces

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Product Details

Barcode
9781560108023
Department
Books
Released
1 Feb 2004
Supply Source
USA

Book

Authors
Pat Averill
Walter Foster
Subtitle
Explore a Range of Styles and Techniques for Creating Your Own Watercolor Pencil Masterpieces
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Quayside Pub Group
Series
Artist's Library Series
Language
English
Number of Pages
64
Dimensions
235 x 159 x 6mm (204g)

Annotation

Introduces the materials, principles, techniques, and methods of drawing and painting with water-soluable pencils and includes step-by-step demonstrations.

Summary

Watercolor pencil is a fascinating medium that allows you to create colorful and realistic renderings using various techniques. And these versatile, water-soluble pencils are great for drawing as well as painting! Watercolor Pencil Step by Step introduces the fundamentals of using this medium, complete with information on supplies, color blending, and special effects. Then professional artists Pat Averill, Barbara Benedetti Newton, and Debra Kauffman Yaun guide you through 12 colorful and intriguing lessons with easy-to-follow instructions and plenty of helpful hints and useful tips. This comprehensive guide has all the instruction and inspiration you need to master the art of watercolor pencil!

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Art
BISAC Subject 1
Art / Techniques / Pencil Drawing
BISAC Subject 2
Art / Techniques / Watercolor Painting
BISAC Subject 3
Art / Techniques / Watercolor Painting
BIC Classification 1
Painting & art manuals
BIC Classification 2
Watercolours
Library Subject 1
Colored pencil drawing; Technique.
Library Subject 2
Watercolor painting; Technique.
Library Subject 3
Water-soluble colored pencils.
Dewey Classification
741.2/4

Author Bio

Pat Averill considers herself primarily self-taught, although she has attended an array of workshops and seminars on oil, watercolor, and colored pencil. She considers the way she figuratively inhales the colors, values, and shapes she observes around her to be an integral part of her artistic process. To her, the creation of art is based on a combination of life experiences and the artist's reaction to the subject matter. Pat is a charter member of the Colored Pencil Society of America, and she has won numerous awards in juried international competitions for her work in colored pencil.