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Whether you'd love to paint Stargazer Lilies, Foxgloves or a windowbox brimming with flowers, Wendy Jelbert's easy to follow guide makes painting flowers in acrylics easy.
This book really is all about the painting, no drawing skills are required due to the six reusable tracings which you can pull out and use to get your image down onto paper.
Soon you'll be able to paint five gorgeous and vibrant floral projects,and your acrylic painting technique will have blossomed beyond belief!
Book: Search Press. Paperback. 48 pages. Colour throughout
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Feb 10 Artist Wendy Jelbert encourages novices to gain skills in acrylic painting in this introductory guide to art techniques. She provides tracings of five paintings with floral motif; a detailed listing of the materials needed; clear instructions on transferring the tracing images to paper; and, finally, lessons on how to develop each of the five artworks. * Chicago Botanic Garden * June 09 After a bit of a wobble over Venice, Wendy is back to form and well within what I think we all regard as her comfort zone. The book follows the by now well-established Ready to Paint format, with a series of six pre-drawn tracings that combine with detailed demonstrations of how to paint them. As with previous volumes, however, the result is very much more than a beginner's painting-by-numbers exercise and turns itself into one of the best introductions there is to painting flowers in the increasingly popular medium of acrylics. * Artbookreview.net * May 09 If you are a habitual reader of this section you will know that Search Press has an excellent new concept in art books. These are the Ready To Paint books, a series of unique books designed for beginning artists who want to paint, but whose lack of drawing ability prevents them having a go. Each book concentrates on a different popular subject for paintings, and contains six reusable tracings plus full instructions on how to paint the pictures. First there were several titles about mastering watercolors, now the series has progressed to that most modern medium, acrylics. You don't need many items to take up acrylic painting and the suggestion of buying a basic set to start is an excellent one. It is certainly how I began. Four basic brushes and a range of other easy-to-source items completes your kit, and I like the way certain colors are suggested. There is quite a good choice of pictures to paint too, ranging from a flower-laden balcony in Venice through poppies in a cornfield, butterflies on cow parsley and individual flower studies. Each of the five projects (you are on your own for the sixth as always) is explained in up to thirty stages, taking you through quite a range of different skills needed to master acrylics. These show their vast versatility from watercolour style washes to thick, textured oil effects and everything in between, including the mysteries of masking fluid. I also like the way in which different types of floral picture are covered, from massed flowers to individual close ups. This series continues to impress me. * Myshelf.com *Reseña del editor:
Everything from flower portraits to flowers in the landscape, all in one easy-to-use book! No drawing skills are required because full-size pull-out tracings containing the demonstration outlines are included. Whether you want to paint portraits of stargazer lilies, poppies in a cornfield or a Venetian windowbox, Wendy Jelbert makes acrylics easy to use in this guide to painting flowers.
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