Skin Tone Colored Pencil Project Kit

  • Creating smooth, glowing skin tones in colored pencil can be a challenge that requires lots of guided practice.  This kit, perfect for the beginning portrait artist, will give you the practice you need without the added complication of facial features and hair.  Just concentrate on building beautiful skin tones with this project. This kit will help you really learn Ann Kullberg's popular skin tone techniques.

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    Printed in the USA. Publish Date: 2001.
  • Project Kit includes:

    Step by Step images (7)

    Line Drawing to trace/transfer

    Palette & Materials List

    Reference photo

    Stonehenge 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 Stonehenge 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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  • Bob Mazzone
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Veryt good. At 84 I

Veryt good. At 84 I am a little slow but I am making progress. and practicing the light strokes which take some practice.Thank You. Bob Mazzone

Nancy E.
United States

Skin Tone Project Kit

I am a colored pencil beginner. Several months ago I attended Ann's Portrait workshop and got very interested in getting more practice on skin tones. This project kit has been helpful so far...we shall see how close I get to the look I want when I complete it :) Just a couple of suggestions - The Stroke key in the project lists V=vertical, SC=scribble, and L=linear. However, in the actual instructions use LS???? I assumed this was supposed to be linear scribble, but that is just a guess. Also the instructions refer to Demo 1A which is not labelled on the picture. For a beginner like me, it is confusing when I have to try to figure out things like this. Maybe the kit is meant for a more advanced color penciler? But I still would recommend this project kit for more practice on skin tones.

Richard M.

Gets you started.

Gives you a taster of layering and coloured pencil use. Further studies will make more sense after doing this project.

John D.

I have been unable to

I have been unable to open the skin tone colored project kit. I saved it as a PDF but no luck. Start taking a portrait class tomorrow and would like to have access to it. $11,00 is no big deal but it sits in my computer instead of my head. Help./

Clydeine O.


I have not tried it yet, I am in the middle of another project. But I will try it next. I have looked it over and find it easy to follow. I have had other projects from Ann and like them. My biggest problem is practicing enough to understand the pressure guide, but I think that takes practice on my part. It would be great to have instructions or projects for the Icauras Board.

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