Landscapes in Colored Pencil

Connect to Your Colorful Side as You Learn to Draw Landscapes in Colored Pencil

Author: Eileen Sorg

Publisher: Walter Foster

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 66

View: 168

Demonstrates how to create landscape drawings step-by-step using colored pencils, including such techniques as rendering shadows, creating textures, and expressing time of day in the work.

Draw Landscapes in Colored Pencil

The Ultimate Step by Step Guide

Author: Ann Kullberg

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 150

View: 182

The idea of attempting to grasp nature with any art medium is surely folly, but it would seem even more so with colored pencils. A landscape, almost by definition, is a broad expanse of large and looming spaces - mountains, seas, fields and skies. How? How to capture things so large with a pencil point so small? Each of the 26 skillful colored pencil artists in this book will show you how it's done and how you can, too. Each with their own unique way of seeing, simplifying and systemizing, they have much to show you and much to teach you. An astounding collection of instruction for every aspect of drawing landscapes in colored pencil, you'll learn how to handle water, clouds, fields and sea, mountains and trees and more, more more!

Learn How to Draw Landscapes with Colored Pencils for the Beginner

Author: John Davidson

Publisher: JD-Biz Corp Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 75

View: 535

Learn How to Draw Landscapes with Colored Pencils for the Beginner Table of Contents Introduction Mixing the colors Drawing the shadows Proportionality Sunset in Africa - drawing tutorial Black parts Mountain and house - Drawing Tutorial Sketch Sunset - drawing tutorial Forest - Drawing Tutorial In the forest - Drawing Tutorial Boats on the beach - Drawing Tutorial Author Bio: Introduction: Drawing with colored pencil is super easy if you use the right colors and have drawn a good sketch. Unlike the graphite pencils, colored pencils cannot be easily erased, so we have to draw carefully, particularly the darker areas. Always draw parts with colored pencil pressing down lightly and if it looks good, color over the same area pressing down hard. Buy a good brand of colored pencils and smooth paper. If you don't have a lot of red pencils, you can get more variations with only one pencil, by controlling how hard you press when you draw. In the image below I've drawn with one red pencil three nuances. In the first example I pressed hard, in the second I pressed normally and in the third example I pressed lightly. Even more variations of color can be created this way: This is just an example of what is inside the book.

How to Draw Landscapes

with Colored Pencils and Markers

Author: Jasmina Susak

Publisher: Jasmina Susak

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 153

View: 944

A unique guide for artists who want to experiment with mixed media and make their landscape drawings more photorealistic. Popular artist and teacher, Jasmina Susak, encourages readers to experiment with mixing media and to create colorful landscapes. Artists of all skill levels will find much to inspire them in this detailed and practical guide. Jasmina Susak takes us through easy to follow drawing stages, and includes advice on using colored pencils and markers. She shows how to draw elements of the landscape such as trees and leaves, hills and mountains, forests, water and buildings, including step by step exercises throughout. There are many tricks and tips in this book on how to give a depth to your landscape, to draw in 1-point and 2-point perspective, to create round objects, and everything else you need to do to make your landscape look like a photograph. Suitable for beginners wanting to build up their confidence and more seasoned artists seeking inspiration, this book is a must-have for anyone who wants to draw landscapes in a variety of media.

How to draw Landscapes

Author: Jasmina Susak

Publisher: Jasmina Susak

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 48

View: 708

Four step-by-step drawing tutorials for beginner to intermediate artist, step-by-step tutorials, How to Draw Nature, Learn to Draw lifelike Landscape, Sunset, Sea, Trees, Beach, night sky, the Moon, palm tree...

The Art of Colored Pencil Drawing

Discover Techniques for Creating Beautiful Works of Art in Colored Pencil

Author: Cynthia Knox

Publisher: Walter Foster Pub

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 284

Offers step-by-step instructions for completing twenty-seven colored pencil drawing projects, offering advice on appropriate supplies, color theory, and basic techniques in the medium.

Colored Pencil for the Serious Beginner

Basic Lessons in Becoming a Good Artist

Author: Bet Borgeson

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 444

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.

Learn How to Draw Landscapes with Colored Pencils for the Beginner

Author: John Davidson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 46

View: 817

Learn How to Draw Landscapes with Colored Pencils for the BeginnerTable of ContentsIntroductionMixing the colorsDrawing the shadowsProportionalitySunset in Africa - drawing tutorialBlack partsMountain and house - Drawing TutorialSketchSunset - drawing tutorialForest - Drawing TutorialIn the forest - Drawing TutorialBoats on the beach - Drawing TutorialAuthor Bio:Introduction:Drawing with colored pencil is super easy if you use the right colors and have drawn a good sketch. Unlike the graphite pencils, colored pencils cannot be easily erased, so we have to draw carefully, particularly the darker areas. Always draw parts with colored pencil pressing down lightly and if it looks good, color over the same area pressing down hard. Buy a good brand of colored pencils and smooth paper. If you don't have a lot of red pencils, you can get more variations with only one pencil, by controlling how hard you press when you draw. In the image below I've drawn with one red pencil three nuances. In the first example I pressed hard, in the second I pressed normally and in the third example I pressed lightly. Even more variations of color can be created this way: This is just an example of what is inside the book.

Art of Drawing Landscapes

Author: Inc. Sterling Publishing Co.

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 159

View: 635

This book contains hundreds of drawings and sketches that show you how to present landscapes on paper using a variety of techniques. Begin with the simplest lines, strokes and spots before moving on to selecting a subject, blocking a landscape, accurately representing the height and position of the horizon, creating points of visual attraction, and much more.

Color Drawing

A Marker/colored Pencil Approach for Architects, Landscape Architects, Interior and Graphic Designers, and Artists

Author: Michael E. Doyle

Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company

ISBN:

Category: Color drawing

Page: 316

View: 578

Updated to include the latest information on materials and brands, "Color Drawing" is a dependable guide to the techniques of illustration and their uses. Included are tips for achieving difficult effects, and material on color theory, composition, and preparing finished presentations.