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In this issue:
Step by Step: A Rad(ish) Tutorial
Have you ever tried to create a three-dimensional image in colored pencil? Jocelyn Brandow leads you through it, step-by-step, with a colorful radish.
The Bold and Dancing Colors of Sherry Bruce Smith: Sherry's artwork is a bold kaleidoscope of color that is a delight to the eye. Find out how she creates her marvelous still lifes and where she plans to take her artwork from here.
Creating a Kinder World for Orphans Through Portraits: In this inspiring, feel-good article, Elizabeth Blake shares how art students are lighting up the lives of orphans half a world away.
Is There a Bias Against Colored Pencil Art? Are you undervaluing your work? Carrie Lewis takes a look at how colored pencil artwork is viewed in the art world and and shares suggestions on how to market your own work.
Arteza Expert Colored Pencils: They are inexpensive, but are they any good? Harry Harrison takes a deep dive into Arteza Expert pencils. What he found may surprise you... in a good way!
PLUS! Find out how to enter the next COLOR Magazine Studio Challenge!
And: Ann Kullberg critiques "Katie" by Tina Bernabe-Reyes, Corinna Thurston on writing your artist's bio, The Pencil Box, Showcase, and much more.
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Printed in the USA. Publish Date: June 2019.
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Good. I particularly enjoyed the article on is there a bias against coloured pencil art.
It was great to see my first issue. Loved the charity work for children especially.