Flemish Underpainting PDF Ebook
Learn how to create warm, luminous coloring using century-old wisdom from the Flemish painting masters, adapted to watercolor markers and colored pencils.
It's always good to learn from the classical masters
Extracting wisdom from classical painting masters is always a good idea — in this “case-study” ebook, learn how I used underpainting techniques to create warm, luminous and painterly coloring using only colored pencils and waterbrush markers.
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In this ebook you will:
Learn how to prepare an underpainting for coloring, using century-old wisdom
Learn how to blend colors using white colored pencil
Learn how to create luminous, painterly coloring using only watercolor marker and colored pencils
Study 2 case-study examples
Add this incredible trick to your coloring techniques
Hot-pressed watercolor paper tile. I use 4x4 inches Fabriano or Arches.
White Prismacolor wax based pencil. The wax-based pencil acts as a blender over other pencils.
Sanguine colored pencil. This is a light rust-orange colored pencil. I use Faber Castell Polychromos.
Colored pencils in various colors
A water brush or paintbrush.
A brown inking pen — not water soluble. I use brown Micron from Sakura.
Graphite pencil. My favorite is the Staedtler Mars F pencil.
14 pages, 30 pictures, detailed step-by-step
Two case-study examples show you exactly how I created these luminous pictures using only watercolor markers and colored pencils.