Mastering Skin Tones in Acrylics
This ebook contains easy to follow instructions written for the beginner by an artist who remembers all too well how frustrating it can be when you're starting out in the world of mixing skin tones. Skin tone mixing color theory, two portrait painting walk throughs, and fully photographed step-by-step skin tone mixing recipes give you all of the tools you need to start mixing beautiful skin tones! More
Painting skin tones is one of the biggest struggles beginners have when learning to paint with acrylics. This is due to the fact that mixing skin tone colors requires advanced color theory knowledge - something that most beginners simply do not possess. Yet.
That's where this book comes in! With a quick and easy to understand color theory lesson, two portrait painting process walkthroughs, and complete skintone recipes (including pictures of every step involved in mixing the colors), beginners can put themselves on the fast track to creating their very own masterpieces!
This ebook contains easy to follow instructions written for the beginner by an artist who remembers all too well how frustrating it can be when you're starting out in the world of mixing skin tones.
By equipping yourself with the tools and resources in this ebook, you can approach your painting projects with confidence, and paint your way to success!
This ebook contains:
-Skin tone mixing color theory (how these colors are made and how to fix them when they go wrong)
-Basic skin tone painting rules of thumb and best practices
-Walkthroughs of two complete portrait paintings, including pictures of the palette and the names of the exact colors used to mix the skin tones
-Skin tone mixing recipes you can use to easily mix skin tones yourself (including step by step pictures of each recipe)
-Printable resources to put in your sketchbook or hang on your wall for easy cheat sheet access!
So put your frustrations and fears aside and start learning how to mix your own beautiful skin tones in acrylic paint!
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