Color Mixing Recipes for Portraits

Color Mixing Recipes for Portraits
Author: William F. Powell
Rating: 4.21
Bestsellers Rate: 18468
Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing
Book Format: Spiral bound
Binding: None
Pages: 48
Hours of reading: 0.8 hours
Publication Date: 2021
Languages: | English |
Price: 10,46 €

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Color Mixing Recipes for Portraits features master mixes for an array of skin colors in oil, acrylic, and watercolor--plus recipes for hair, eye, and lip colors. The concealed wire-o bound book also includes a plastic color-mixing grid for measuring out paints, as well as a handy conversion chart for finding acrylic equivalents of oil paints and vice versa. With recipes for more than 500 color combinations, this comprehensive guide is your ultimate source for painting realistic skin, mouths, ears, noses, eyes, and hair. This convenient guide details three simple steps to mix virtually any skin tone Match a palette of skin tones from this book to your portrait subject.Create the Master Skin Tone Recipe for this palette using the Color Mixing Grid to measure each paint color.Follow the recipes to create all the skin tones you'll need to complete your portrait--from light values to shadows.Also featured: Color theoryTinting, toning, and shadingGraying skin tones naturallyIdentifying facial planesMouth, nose, and ear color tonesEye and hair color tonesWatercolor skin tone recipes With recipes for more than 500 color combinations, Color Mixing Recipes for Portraits is your ultimate source for painting realistic skin, mouths, ears, noses, eyes, and hair.

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William F. Powell Biography

William Frederick Powell (1826 – 1889) was a political figure in Ontario, Canada. He represented Carleton in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada from 1854 to 1866 as a Conservative member. He was born in Perth, Upper Canada, the son of Colonel James Hamilton Powell, and had moved to Bytown by 1847. Powell was among those who lobbied for a Protestant hospital in Bytown. He served as reeve for Bytown. In 1857, he married Rosanna Margaret Wallis. Powell also served as sheriff for Carleton County and was captain of an infantry company at Bells Corners, Canada West.Powell Avenue in the Glebe area of Ottawa was named after him.His brother John A.H. Powell served in the legislative assembly for Upper Canada.

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Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing
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Languages: | English |
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ISBN13: 9781560109907
ISBN10: 1560109904
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Illustrations: 50 Illustrations, color
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Book Format: Spiral bound
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Pages: 48
Book Weight: 349.27
Book Dimensions: 171x241x10.92
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Publication date: Nov. 1, 2006
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Publication City/Country: Laguna Hills, CA, United States

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