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Light & Shading With Colored Pencils
Light & Shading With Colored Pencils
Cynthia Knox
Sharpen your drawing skills and create a breathtaking floral composition.
Curiously Similar
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Draw textures so lifelike, you can feel them! Recreate the appearance of fruit skins, metallic surfaces, woodgrain, fur, fabric and more.
Cynthia Knox
Cynthia Knox
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Draw radiant, true-to-life flowers that pop off the paper. Learn techniques for matching colors, shifting values, layering, blending, burnishing and more.
Cynthia Knox
Cynthia Knox
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Recreate your favorite wild animals in colored pencil!
Gemma  Gylling
Gemma Gylling

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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