Black Can Be Brilliant - Jelly Bean Class with Carmen Barros

Black Can Be Brilliant - Jelly Bean Class with Carmen Barros

$35.00

ONLINE WORKSHOP: 

January 28, 2022 • 8:00 - 9:30 am Pacific Time: 90 minutes

Limited to 35 students - Sold out!

How do you make colors pop on black paper?

Working on black paper can be challenging since colors don’t always look as vivid as those applied on lighter surfaces. The main reason is the pencils themselves. Since colored pencils are transparent, when applied over a dark surface the color of the paper will show through, causing the hues to appear duller and less intense.

In this class, you will discover how to use black paper to your advantage. You will learn how to select the right subject matter, what paper gives you the best results, why you need an underpainting, and the best pencil colors to use. Understanding these basic principles...

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ONLINE WORKSHOP: 

January 28, 2022 • 8:00 - 9:30 am Pacific Time: 90 minutes

Limited to 35 students - Sold out!

How do you make colors pop on black paper?

Working on black paper can be challenging since colors don’t always look as vivid as those applied on lighter surfaces. The main reason is the pencils themselves. Since colored pencils are transparent, when applied over a dark surface the color of the paper will show through, causing the hues to appear duller and less intense.

In this class, you will discover how to use black paper to your advantage. You will learn how to select the right subject matter, what paper gives you the best results, why you need an underpainting, and the best pencil colors to use. Understanding these basic principles will help you develop the skills you need to successfully work with black paper. In the process, you will gain an appreciation for the paper’s ability to add beauty to your art.

Why spend years learning all this by trial and error? Let Carmen, the Queen of Black Paper, show you how in a sweet Jelly Bean!

You'll learn:
• How to elect the very best black paper for colored pencils
• The secret to picking appropriate pencil colors to make your artwork pop
• To make excellent choices for subject matter that will really pop on dark paper!

About Carmen Barros:
Carmen Barros likes to work on dark paper especially when rendering shiny or translucent objects. She enjoys sharing her love of art and teaches a popular class in her hometown on painting with colored pencils. Recently her work, Lemonade, was selected as part of CPSA’s 27th Annual International Exhibition.

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What's a Jelly Bean Class?

Small, sweet and hard to stop at just one, Jelly Bean classes are our newest way to help you and your colored pencil life bloom. Each short, focused class is a mere 60 to 90 minutes, but you'll learn lessons you can use for a lifetime. Small projects or single topics that deserve a bit of delving into, Jelly Beans will enhance your skill set and knowledge base in a fun, quick fashion, all from the comfort of your own home. Scheduled on both weekdays and weekends, we hope to accommodate every schedule.

What you need to know:

  • You'll receive an email with a link to download a PDF with Zoom instructions, as well as a link to the classroom.
  • On the day of the workshop, just before 8 am Pacific Time, click on the link to enter the classroom.
  • During the live workshop, feel free to ask questions.

Requirements:

  • Laptop, PC, Mac, tablet or iPad with speakers

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