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Capturing the Magic of Light in Watercolor by Susan Bourdet

Capturing the Magic of Light in Watercolor

Description : A guide to creating realistic-looking paintings for artists of any expertise level explains how to overcome the challenges of capturing light, discussing how to take and translate reference photos, develop a variety of skills from masking and washes to glazing and textures, and build form and shape.

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Authors : Susan Bourdet

Published Date : 2005-07-03

Publisher : North Light Books

ISBN : 1581805837

Page : 128 Pages

Categories : Art

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