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Step by Step: Apples in a Half Peck
Apples are the perfect simple subject for beginning colored pencil students but also fun and challenging enough for the seasoned artist. Test out your chops and follow along with Mandy Peltier to create this shiny, luscious basket of apples in just 5 steps.
Also in this issue:
Artist Profile: "Decide what you want, and your growth is unlimited." Veronica Winters dives deep into the artist's mindset and what that means to her.
Paying Forward the Love of Colored Pencils by Dan Stancliff.
The Words You Use: Good Communication = More Sales. Corrina Thurston talks about how to communicate effectively with clients.
Art Tech: Get Ready for Online Shows by preparing your art for submissions. (Hint: 20th Annual Member Show is around the corner!)
Plus Let's Play, What's New Harry, The Pencil Box, Showcase, Tips, SOAR Workshops & More.
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Printed in the USA. Publish Date: January 2019.
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Very nice to be able to download this magazine while traveling. No worry about mail deliveries. I especially enjoyed the cover article by Mandy Peltier.
I truly enjoyed this CP project. The instructions were very detailed and nothing was omitted. Mandy explained things in an easy-to-understand manner and I was not left with any questions about how to do a given step. I also enjoyed the project as I learned how to do CP on sanded paper, as well as how to use powdered blender. I look forward to doing other projects. Ray
I throughly enjoyed all the articles. I have not had a chance to try the tutorials but they look wonderful. I really enjoyed the article, “On how to get your artwork ready for on-line shows” & I also enjoyed when Ann critiqued Carol Caro’s portrait. I have learned a lot from these type of critiques. Love CP magazines!!!