Waterlily Colored Pencil Project Kit

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    Is mixed media your thing?  It’s time to mix colored pencil with watercolor with this kit, and trust us; you are in for a real treat. Combining the looseness of watercolor with the precision of colored pencil  makes for an experience that is just plain loads of fun - all while learning how to make light highlights really come alive with this technique!



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  • Project Kit includes:

    Step by Step images (7)

    Line Drawing to trace/transfer

    Palette & Materials List

    Reference photo

    White Arches Drawing paper (not included with Digital Download version)

    Clear, layer-by-layer, color-by-color highly detailed instruction

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  • Use the Choose Options dropdown menu above to add the following time-saving extras to your order:

    4 extra sheets white Arches drawing paper, of pre-cut, just in case you goof or want extra practice.

    4 sheets transfer paper: gray,  9" x 13"

    Both Stonehenge paper + transfer paper

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10/20/2016
Teresa C.

    Waterlily project kit

    Another wonderful kit that teaches more skills and inspires! Thank you for introducing me to a medium that has literally changed my artistic life!

    MK
    08/17/2016
    Margie K.

      Water lily kit

      Love the design and easy to follow instructions.

      KP
      07/31/2014
      Kathy P.

        Unique

        I dabble in watercolor already and I'm new to CP in recent months so I was intrigued to find a kit with both. However, I struggled a bit with this one, in following the steps and colors and where to put them, and with blending the values. I was analyzing the steps and where they went in the 6 pictures. I really needed more pictures with this kit. I've done other kits and find the 6 pics just fine but not this one. Neither my rocks nor my flower looked anything like the demo steps. Maybe I should have worked bigger? The drawing is very loose which is different from my typical style. Perhaps it was that. I didn't care for the texture of the CP over the watercolor and had a hard time getting CP coverage. I used Fabriano HP watercolor paper in 8 x 10 size. My results wasn't very good and I didn't finish the project.

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