About this title: Based on the premise that the realms of drawing and painting overlap, this book focuses on how pencil art can produce many painterly tonal and textural effects. Drawing materials and techniques used are reviewed extensively. Included are graphite carbon, and charcoal; water-soluble, erasable, and other colored pencils; and pastels, crayons, and other chalk- and wax-based media. 200 illustrations, 100 in color.
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