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Gary Greene shows you how to use two completely different approaches to painting beautiful, lifelike flowers. He begins with the basics: pencil choices, sharpening and strokework. He then demonstrates two complete start-to-finish flower paintings: a rose using solvent to create an underpainting on which to layer color, and a gloxinia on a dark surface using a burnishing technique. You'll love the vibrant and saturated effects you can achieve with Gary's techniques. See Materials List
View Gary Greene's Gallery from Painting Flowers in Colored Pencil.
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