Jumpstart Level 3: Glass With Lemons on Colored Paper

  • It's not as hard as it looks!
    1. Take one sheet of gray paper.
    2. Add some simple colored pencil lines.
    3. Magically, watch a glass and water droplets appear!

    It's really that easy. Carmen Barros will show even the most inexperienced artist how to use colored paper to its full advantage. You'll learn how to create bright colors and how to add texture to still life. 

    Plus, get a perfect introduction to creating dramatic highlights in colored pencil and learn how to easily and skillfully render clear glass and reflections. The results will amaze you....and impress others!

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    What's Inside?

    ♦ 10 detailed steps that take you from start to finish.

    Large, easy to follow step-by-step images.

     ♦ Crystal-clear, detailed layer-by-layer instruction.

    Trace-able line drawing plus large reference photo.

    Color guides, suggested materials, hints, tips, and more.

    Note: Paper and pencils are not included with this packet. Find a complete material list here.

    Printed in the USA. Publish Date: November 2018.

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    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.

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05/28/2019
Kathy B.
United States

Glass & Lemons lesson

I was able to follow through the process with ease. My drawing is framable. I liked the process so well that I ordered the tiger to do next. Both are level 3 intermediate.

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05/13/2019
Karen Smith

It's not as Hard as it looks

This was fun to draw and turned out great. While some of the illustrations are small, and they seem to change just a tad from picture to picture (as though the artist took progress pictures from different drawings) it was easy to follow and I get rave reviews when I share it with other artists. I started on the textured side of the paper which made the lemons look great, but wasn't ideal for the glass. So, I turned the paper over to the smooth side and started over. Worked fine. My first time using colored paper - except for my one excursion into black paper - and I was pleased with the result.

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04/06/2019
Bonnie S.
Canada

Not for beginners!

This was my first time using colored paper, and I like the process very much. I would prefer working on smooth, rather than textured paper, but that is my own preference, for the ease of obtaining very fine detail. I actually bought this kit to give to my sister as a gift, and then thought I’d try it first, to see if it would be too difficult, as she has only previously done one drawing. It definitely is not for a beginner! While there is lots of information given, unless you are quite experienced with colored pencils, I think it definitely would be too challenging. It would be lovely to have the option of paying a bit more and having the Canson paper and white transfer paper included. I could not even find white graphic transfer paper where I live, and so had to draw the image by hand, using a white pencil. I followed the instructions for awhile, and while they were very helpful at the beginning, as I got used to the process and order of applying pencil to textured, colored paper, after a while I found it much easier to just work directly from the reference photograph. The suggested palette of colors worked great. On the whole, it was a fun project, and a great reference photo to use an introduction to working with reflective surfaces and using Prismacolors on textured paper.

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