Have you ever tried black paper? Find out why so many artists love it.
Using colored pencils on black paper is very different from working on white paper, but in many ways, it's much easier. You'll learn how to let the color of the paper work for you to save time and effort.
Your first step in creating this sweet butterfly scene is with a white pencil to establish your lightest lights. Then move to increasingly darker colors as you create realistic leaves, fuzzy textures and this lovely black-on-black butterfly.
It couldn't be simpler and more satisfying and you have Sonja's expert instruction to guide you in eight simple steps.
In almost no time you'll confidently create this lovely drawing, all ready to gift or display!
I remember feeling so frustrated and insecure when I first started drawing with colored pencil because there was so much I didn't know. I so wish there had been a basic colored pencil handbook that caught me up to speed quickly.
That's what the Jumpstart Jetpack Handbook is! It covers all the basics you need to know about pencils, drawing papers, impressed line, blending, burnishing and so much more. Add it to your order to get a jump on colored pencil in a hurry!