Sweet Slumber: In-Depth Tutorial

  • Learn Ann Kullberg's portrait techniques from home!

    If you've wondered how Ann captures light, captures expression and creates glowing skin tones...you're answers are all here in this Sleeping Slumber 26-step tutorial.

    Ann shows you how to create skin tones in both sunlight and shadow by mixing yellows, pinks and oranges - tempering with grays and darkening with browns. Drawn on Colourfix white sanded paper, you'll learn how to fill in and darken areas using a brush.

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    What you'll learn
    Glowing Skin Tones: Create depth and glow with Ann's method of mixing colors, then tempering with grays.

    Light and Shadow: Strong light is dependent on strong shadows. Let Ann show you how.

    Textures: Smooth skin, rough blanket, glossy wet mouth...how to easily do it all on a sanded paper surface.

    Draw... Frame... Bask in your talent!

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    Printed in the USA. Publish Date: February 2019.

  • ♦ 26 full-color, step-by-step images / 24 pages

    ♦ Reference Photos & Line Drawings to transfer

    ♦ Highly detailed instructions for every step

    ♦ List of all materials needed - note that paper and pencils are not included with this tutorial.

    In-Depth at-home tutorials are created with emphasis on the why of the particular technique, rather than just the what, which is by far the best kind of instruction. You'll find no clearer or more thorough colored pencil instruction online, and what you learn in this lessons will help you with your own future pet drawing projects.

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Kerry M.

Sweet slumber

I haven’t started yet but I looked through it and I am impressed

Karen M.
United States

Sweet Slumber

I appreciated the infant as a new exercise in face coloring and the result is pretty good. I thought the spotty pj's were an annoying distraction...(this means I did not do it well)., Also question the coloring of the nearly non-existent chin. I especially appreciated the pictures in the instructions that showed exactly which places used what colors. Sometimes it is not helpful to read "the small part on the left under the chin". I have a real problem in capturing images from tracing and will write a letter to magazine in request for help with this.

Nora A.
United States

Sweet Slumber

Such a beautiful baby to draw. Thank you for such a wonderful tutorial. As always, these tutorials are the best. The only thing better is Ann holding your hand.

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