Yellow Lab Colored Pencil Project Kit

  • Getting the direction of the fur correct is half the battle when drawing an animal portrait in colored pencil. Learn how to do this expertly with this kit, developed by Anne deMille Flood, author of Pet Portraits in Colored Pencil.  Yellow fur, shiny nose and big sad eyes – all things you’ll learn to create easily with this step by step project kit.

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  • Project Kit includes:

    Step by Step images (7)

    Line Drawing to trace/transfer

    Palette & Materials List

    Reference photo

    Stonehenge Drawing paper (not included with Digital Download version)

    Clear, layer-by-layer, color-by-color highly detailed instruction

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  • Use the Choose Options dropdown menu above to add the following time-saving extras to your order:

    4 extra sheets Stonehenge drawing paper, of pre-cut, just in case you goof or want extra practice.

    4 sheets transfer paper: gray,  9" x 13"

    Both Stonehenge paper + transfer paper

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Terrilyn R.

    Love your products

    I have enjoyed learning your portrait video series. I have also ordered your magazine and multiple kits that have also been very good teaching tools. Thank you so much. I am no longer intimidated and am loving working with colored pencils

    Newsletter S.

      order shipment was very well done thx

      I bought an assortment to familiarize myself with color combinations and how to achieve them as the golden lab the red apple the i think lemon.and of course the portraits online course to inform me so that I might better achieve my goals.still wish slides and videos and information was on video but i know that costs a lot to set up but cd are difficult fr me to use... thank you, Katherin Katherin Strickland

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