|Realistic Portraits in Colored Pencil
by Karen Hull – Paperback: 144 pages; Walter Foster Publishing (April 16, 2019) Best Seller
Rendering artwork that leaves viewers contemplating whether they might actually be looking at a photograph is no easy task. Introducing Realistic Portraits in Colored Pencil—a comprehensive guidebook that shows artists the secrets to drawing lifelike portraits in this dynamic medium.
Colored Pencil Portraits Step by Step
by Ann Kullberg Hardcover: 128 pages; North Light Books (Mar 1999) (check out Ann's online colored pencil & portrait newsletter
) Best SellerFrom Library Journal:
Kullberg is a born artist, self-taught and highly accomplished. In her first book, she proves to be a born teacher as well. She thoroughly and engagingly explores the details of the tools and techniques necessary for every element of creating portraits. Colored pencil is a medium that requires little money, no setup, no cleanup, and no health concernsjust as much hard work and talent as any other medium. With her fresh enthusiasm, Kullberg makes the work a pleasure. Collections that have Lee Hammond's similar Drawing Portraits in Colored Pencil from Photographs
(North Light, 1997) may want to add this as well. In choosing between the two, Kullberg's personal approach edges out Hammond.
How to Draw Portraits in Colored Pencil from Photographs
by Lee Hammond Hardcover: 128 pages; North Light Books (May 1997) Reader review:
A must-read for any serious artist. I sat down with the book and did the excersises and I was totally shocked that the portrait that I had tried to draw many times before had actually worked once I had read the book!! A day before, I could never have been able to produce a piece with such a likeness to what I was trying to draw.
|Draw Portraits in Colored Pencil
by Ann Kullberg, Cynthia Knox, Cindy Wider, Jesse Lane, Veronica Winters, Linda Lucas-Hardy, Brian Duey, Karen Hull, Debra Yaun – Paperback: 198 pages; CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (Feb 5, 2016) Best Seller
A Dream Team of colored pencil artists ready to teach you...
200 pages of colored pencil portraits. WOW! Everything you could ever dream of learning about portraits in colored pencil is in this single most remarkable volume.
Creative Colored Pencil Portraits
by Vera Curnow Hardcover: 160 pages; Rockport Publishers; 1st edition (Mar 1, 1995)
In the first section of this book, six artists create a portrait of the same model, working from identical reference photographs, for stunning variations. The second section of the book shows ten artists' self-portraits. It includes expert advice on every aspect of painting portraits, from working with a photo to developing a composition to mixing skin tones.
Realistic Pet Portraits in Colored Pencil
by Anne Demille Flood Paperback: 128 pages; North Light Books (Jun 2004)
With this surprisingly simple step-by-step guide, anyone can create beautiful pet portraits. Anne deMille Flood walks readers through her easy techniques for rendering cats, dogs, birds, horses and other cuddly friends.
Beginning and intermediate artists will appreciate the close-up demos for getting the texture of fur and feathers just right. There's also clear instruction on working from reference photos, choosing focal points and getting started.
This is an essential reference for anyone who wants to create animal portraits in colored pencil. Artists will quickly find themselves drawing better than they ever thought possible!