33 full-color, step-by-step images / 24 pages.
Line Drawing & Reference Photo
Highly detailed instructions for every step.
List of all materials needed.
You'll find no clearer or more thorough colored pencil instruction online.
Note: Paper, pencils and markers are NOT included with this tutorial.
If you can budget the extra materials, the Copic Markers, this tutorial is a must do. I enjoyed every aspect of Mardell Shuster's Tea Time. Each step of the process was clear, descriptive and easy to absorb. The photos were beautifully printed and very helpful in achieving the right colors in my work.. It was amazing to see how quickly the still life took form, after the markers were applied. It took me about two hours of marker rendering and about twenty-five hours of colored pencil to complete this tutorial. This was a fun project to take on and I hope Ms. Shuster will consider creating more tutorials.
excellent instruction, providing the line drawing should be very helpful for all that buy this
I liked this tutorial and was glad to see it. Using markers and colored pencils is a technique I’ve used in my classroom for quite a while. But it’s a technique not naturally arrived at if you are buying your media, as many students can afford only a limited amount of colored pencils and markers. I think the key is that this combination allows for inventing colors! That’s an awesome discovery.
I have not used it yet. I have looked through it and am axious to get started.. I ordered markers ahead of time but then when the tut came it said markers with one brush end so I had to order some of those instead. wish I had known that first.. but it looks like fun and now I have Markers too....
I am no artist but enjoy looking at fabulous art and the process behind it! Congrats on the publication!