A beautiful and extensive collection of colored pencil stories, instruction and inspiration! This huge 304 page book includes the 12 complete issues of Ann Kullberg's COLOR magazine from 2016.
Chock-full of critiques, reviews, and step by step lessons from award winning CP artists - not to mention page after page of amazing colored pencil art to inspire your next project. Curl up on your sofa or take it on vacation and seep yourself in the wonderful world of colored pencil instruction, tips and inspiration.
Forget about skimming through individual issues to find that tip or tutorial you're looking for - all 12 issues of COLOR are fully indexed and organized to create a year's worth of resources all in one book! Also includes stunning images from the 17th Annual COLOR Magazine Member Show as an added plus!
Paperback - 304 pages. Gloss cover. Semi-gloss interior pages. Printed in the USA. Publish Date: December 2016.
Digital Download - 36MB zip file. Download to desktop, iPad or similar mobile device.
Brilliant! I've only been colouring adult colouring books since last September and just discovered you and your products. Christmas came in April with this fest of magazine collections. Great on hints and tips, instruction with the step by step and critique and advice on all aspects of cp. Thanks for all your friendly help too.
I really enjoyed the magazine because it gave me helpful information on techniques and not just advertisements. I am brand new to colored pencil art and am loving using this medium.
The book was very well wrapped, so no bent edges. I love Ann's magazine, particularly when you can look at the whole year in one bound book!
How do I find omething in this big book? I was looking to see if there were articles on painting rocks or water, ut the only index I could find just told me where each month started. Linda
Hi, Linda. There is a very extensive and detailed Index at the very back of the book. I see that you pruchased the digital version of the book. The index is quite a few pages so keep scrolling through. Alternately, if you are reading the book in Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can use Adobe's search tool and put in any word you want to search, like "rocks" or "water" and it will take you to the first instance of that word, then the next, etc. I hope that helps!