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  • Hardcover
  • 127
  • Painting Beautiful Skin Tones With Color Light in Oil Pastel and Watercolor
  • Chris Saper
  • English
  • 06 August 2018
  • 9781581801637

8 thoughts on “Painting Beautiful Skin Tones With Color Light in Oil Pastel and Watercolor

  1. says:

    This was a very goo book to decide on skin tones It explains everything easily and shows diagrams of the colors they use to help you make choices later on without the bookIt also teaches you in a non specific medi

  2. says:

    Good beginningThis is a good basic beginning for portrait artist The information about color light hue shadow etc are helpful and definitely worth the time to learn and absorb the information The examples are beautiful work They are also helpful in determining what's necessary to be aware of in creating a portrait and in rendering

  3. says:

    Covers the basics of painting differing skin tones in oil pastels and watercolors Concise accurate easy to understand and filled with Saper's beautiful light filled portraits Helpful chats and step by step photos Covers the importa

  4. says:

    Very practical advice inside on a variety of topics within the context of painting portraits edge handling color of course light and color behavior in different situations etc I thought the color shifts were overemphasized in some of the sample artwork

  5. says:

    A useful reference for begining painters The book gives exact recipes on how to achieve realistic skin tones

  6. says:

    Great reference book for portrait artists I highly recommend it

  7. says:

    excellent

  8. says:

    Surprisingly good bookMy favorite artist Dan Gerhartz is mentioned

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Painting Beautiful Skin Tones With Color Light in Oil Pastel and Watercolor

That falls on your subjectPaint direct and indirect sunlight artificial light and highlights of lightMaster the four elements that determine color in shadowUse photographic references when you can't paint directly from lifeYou'll also find seven step by step demonstrations and an appendix of sample color charts for each major skin type under a range of lighting variations It's all you need to bring your portraits to li. Great reference book for portrait artists I highly recommend it

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You can paint realistic skin tones that glow with lifeLearning how to capture such uality has never been easier Inside you'll find guidelines for rendering accurate skin tones in a variety of media including watercolor oil and pastelYou'll begin with a review of the five essential painting elements drawing value color composition and edges then learn how light and color influence the appearance of skin tones Artist Chri. This was a very goo book to decide on skin tones It explains everything easily and shows diagrams of the colors they use to help you make choices later on without the bookIt also teaches you in a non specific medium way So you can apply the knowledge to whichever medium you use rather than just being stuck in the one they pick

Summary Painting Beautiful Skin Tones With Color Light in Oil Pastel and Watercolor

S Saper provides the advice and examples that make every lesson and techniue easy to understand immediately improving the uality of your work You'll discover how toPaint the four major skin color groups Caucasian African American Asian and HispanicRefine these colors into dozens of possible variations within each groupSelect your palette and mix hues for clean beautiful colorsDetermine the color and temperature of light. Very practical advice inside on a variety of topics within the context of painting portraits edge handling color of course light and color behavior in different situations etc I thought the color shifts were overemphasized in some of the sample artwork


About the Author: Chris Saper

wwwartistsnetworkcomSince becoming a faculty member of the Portrait Society of America in 2006 Chris has participated at the PSA's annual meeting The Art of the Portrait in the capacity of demonstrator panelist on topics of interest portfolio critiues and book signings In the fall of 2007 Chris conducted a demo and workshop for the Society's Academy held at the San Francisco Academy of Art UniversitySaper is a contributor to John Howard Sanden's World of Portrait Painting writing a regular column Portraiture and the Pursuit of ExcellenceIn addition to her full time commissioned portrait practice Saper is an active speaker demonstrator and instructor teaching regularly at both the Scottsdale Artists' School and at the Mountain Artists' Guild in Prescott AZChris Saper has studied with noted portraitists including Bettina Steinke Burton Silverman Harley Brown William Whitaker Daniel Greene Phil Beck and Dan Gerhartz She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts and a Master's Degree in Health Care Administration