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Learn How to Paint Portraits of People Using Pastels For the Beginner (Learn to Draw Book 40) (English Edition) par [Davidson, John]
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Learn How to Paint Portraits of People Using Pastels For the Beginner

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction:
Materials:
Shaving your Pastels
Pastel Storage
Various ways to blend using Pastels
Additional Techniques:
Tips to prevent two colors from Mixing each other
Color Wheel
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Tips to Remember
How to render using Pastels with brush
Exercises:
Pastel Portrait of David’s Head
Eyes
Nose
Mouth
Ears
Hair
Face and Neck
Background
Baby Girl in Pastel
Portrait of a Young Lady looking out the Window
The Couple Portrait
Author Bio

Introduction:
Welcome to the world of Pastels, first of all thank you for picking up this eBook, as it shows your genuine interest in this subject. Why Pastel? Well pastel is easy to learn with proper training which you will be learning from this eBook, it already earned its popularity during Renaissance time, also what’s good with pastel is it comes with a wide variety of colors to choose from, Famous Artists who uses this media are Leonardo Da Vinci, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt and Vincent Van Gogh.

If you may ask, how do I learn this art, it started when I was learning to render Charcoal, as Charcoal was for gray tone values, I asked myself one day, if you know how to use Charcoal, why not learn Pastels? So I decided to add color to my artworks, by learning to use Pastels for my colored artworks, as what I had seen (and also adapt some of their style) in some artist who uses it and earn their living by accepting commissioned works from their clients (it’s not a bad idea if after all if that’s what you are thinking or planning in your life- So my advice to you- “be skillful and confident by learning and practice all the exercises from this eBook”). And by the way if you want to learn how to render using Charcoal after you learned everything from this eBook, check our other Charcoal Titles- Learn How to Draw Portraits of People in Charcoal for the Beginner (Learn to Draw), Learn How to Draw Landscapes In Pencil and Charcoal For The Absolute Beginner (Learn to Draw), Learn How to Draw Portraits of African Animals in Charcoal For the Beginner (Learn to Draw).

So be ready with your materials and follow the step-by-step procedures in the exercises. And after that I’m sure at the end you will have Pastel Rendering skills and you will be rewarded for that, but first “have fun doing the exercises”.

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  • Editeur : JD-Biz Corp Publishing (21 mai 2014)
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HASH(0x9321d8b8) étoiles sur 5 Okay, but... 21 novembre 2014
Par Stephen Hamlin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The writer is clearly not comfortable with the English language. Despite that, the book delivers valuable information. It's best suited to someone with a solid foundation in artistic technique and principals. I'm a life-long watercolor painter. I was preparing to try pastels for the first time and was looking for technical differences and overlap between the two media. I got enough from this book to serve my immediate need.
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HASH(0x936132d0) étoiles sur 5 For beginners who want to produce a portrait right away 6 août 2015
Par Cobboseecontee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I gave it three stars simply because it's not what I'm looking for, but for someone else, maybe it's 5 stars! It mainly discusses using a light box to trace existing photos or other images onto the pastel paper, then to use pastel dust (shaved pastels - I guess a kind of homemade "PanPastel") with a brush to work up the image by "painting" it with pastel on the brush. So the reader is learning an illustration technique.
PROs: The book *is* entitled "for beginners," so a beginner who is not confident or experienced in freehand drawing is enabled to produce a portrait and thereby to gain a positive feeling of accomplishment. The reader will also learn something about color mixing, and by doing all the exercises in the book, should notice many things about facial features. From there the reader could go on to become more "painterly" by exploring other techniques and drawing freehand.
CONS: The portraits look like they were copied from photos, in that there is no "flair" or painterly look (and they were literally copied). Also, the artist is not taught to use the pastels directly (point or side) but only to use them as pastel dust to paint with a brush. Composition and freehand drawing are not really discussed. (And though it isn't really relevant to the artistic process, the amiable author's first language is not English....)
OVERALL: If you really are an absolute beginner and want to produce a portrait, this book may be just what you're looking for, and may give you many hours of pleasure. It may also be the start of an interest in portraiture, which could expand into more painterly realms later. The author does earn his living from portraiture, so I recommend it as a start - only - even as the author says, don't stop there. I would quickly move on to the Walter Foster books and other excellent books that cover freehand drawing/painting.
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