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The New Colored Pencil
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A guide introducing readers to the many new advances in the colored pencil medium and the new techniques and strategies for taking making colored pencil art more vibrant, textured, and less labor intensive.

Table of Contents

Introduction 

Part One: Wax‑Based Traditional Colored Pencils
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Waxy Colored Pencils 
Chapter 2: Compatible Surfaces for Waxy Colored Pencils 
Chapter 3: Getting the Most Out of Color 
Chapter 4: Applying and Lifting Waxy Colored Pencil 
Chapter 5: Creating and Enhancing Textures with Colored Pencil 

Part Two: Water-Soluble Colored Pencils
Chapter 6: Water-Soluble Colored Pencils and Compatible Surfaces 
Chapter 7: Brushes for Water-Soluble Drawing Products 
Chapter 8: Water-Soluble Pencil Techniques 

Part Three: Wax Pastels and Combining Colored Drawing Media
Chapter 9: Wax Pastels, Compatible Surfaces, and Techniques 
Chapter 10: Combining Color Drawing Media 

Afterword 
Appendix 
Bibliography 
Index

About the Author

KRISTY ANN KUTCHhas taught more than two hundred colored pencil and watercolor pencil workshops to artists and students nationwide. She is the author of Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil, and is a contributor to several colored pencil publications, including The Best of Colored Pencil, Creative Colored Pencil, and Colored Pencil Explorations. Her work has appeared in International Artist Magazine and Pratique des Arts. She also authored a DVD called Colored Pencil Landscapes- Beyond the Basics, released by Artist Palette Productions. Kutch is a resident of Michigan City, Indiana.

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"In recent years, the medium of colored pencil has expanded significantly. Divided into three sections on each main type of colored pencil--wax, oil, water-soluble--this guide covers both traditional and more modern colored pencil principles and styles. Included is a chapter on color theory; step-by-step excercises to familiarize the reader with a range of traditional, innovative, and unusual techniques; many handy comparison charts showing the characteristics of various tools, materials, and brands; and a very useful hue/color name/manufacturer appendix. VERDICT: Artists of all levels looking for a versatile, portable, and colorful new medium can draw inspiration from this book."
-Library Journal

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