A Complete Guide to Capturing the Charm and Glow of Children
Making your subjects look age appropriate is vital to successful children's portraiture. Many artists fall short with features that are too severe, skin that lacks that glow of youth or proportions that are too much like those of adults. In this book, you'll learn how to use tried-and-true oil painting techniques to achieve fresh skin tones, shiny hair, crystal clear eyes...all the qualities that will make your portraits look truly authentic.
Victoria Lisi's instruction is friendly and easy to follow, delivered with the belief that the process of portrait painting should be as enjoyable as the finished product–beautiful, touching portraits of kids having fun, playing in the sun and being themselves.
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Victoria Lisi has illustrated a dozen children's picture books and more than 200 book covers in a variety of genres: YA, Fantasy, New Age and Romance. In recent years she has shifted her focus to Fine Art and is now painting realistic animals, landscapes and portraits. She is a member of the Artist's Association of Northern Colorado and teaches painting and drawing at Aims Community College in Loveland, Colorado. She is also a contributing artist in North Light's Painter's Quick Reference: Birds & Butterflies (2008).
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