A beautiful and extensive collection of colored pencil stories, instruction and inspiration! This huge 304 page book includes the 12 complete issues of Ann Kullberg's COLOR magazine from 2016.
Chock-full of critiques, reviews, and step by step lessons from award winning CP artists - not to mention page after page of amazing colored pencil art to inspire your next project. Curl up on your sofa or take it on vacation and seep yourself in the wonderful world of colored pencil instruction, tips and inspiration.
Forget about skimming through individual issues to find that tip or tutorial you're looking for - all 12 issues of COLOR are fully indexed and organized to create a year's worth of resources all in one book! Also includes stunning images from the 17th Annual COLOR Magazine Member Show as an added plus!
Paperback - 304 pages. Gloss cover. Semi-gloss interior pages.
Digital Download - 36MB zip file. Download to desktop, iPad or similar mobile device.
Helen B doesn't understand the nature of the front cover. It is a piece of artwork from a colored pencil artist to show you what is possible. Artists are honored to be selected for the front cover. I hope some day each of you could be honored in this way.
I find her magazine enlighten and a great reference source. Month after month she sends out information that I use to help me accomplish my dreams on paper. You will enjoy every article. I get the digital version during the year and then buy the book of all issues when it's released for an instant reference source. You can't go wrong with Ann Kullberg. Avid reader and learning artist Donna Yarbrough.
Great resource in a compact format.
I am very satisfied with COLOR Magazine Collection Book. A very interesting book with many good ideas and tips. Nice quality.
I was very disappointed. I have never bought one of these magazines and thought that the pictures on the front covers would be tutorials on how to draw them. I didn't find much in the magazines that interested me and I wouldn't bother buying anymore. Your magazine is misleading because it gives the impression the front cover is something else, not just a picture to look at.