This volume aims to set out the fundermental but easy-to-follow principles that you can apply to all painting and drawing mediums to create skin tones. It breaks human skin colours down into four main groups, and explains the tonal and colour variations you might expect within each group.
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Chris Saper's portraits are currently held in private and corporate collections throughout the US and Canada. Her award-winning work has been featured in several books, including The Best of Portrait Painting. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona.From Library Journal:
A generation ago, books on portrait painting focused almost exclusively on Caucasians. James Horton was one of the first popular writers to explore the full range of color differences in his How To Paint Skin Tones (LJ 3/15/96). Saper here presents a similar volume that does not markedly improve on Horton's. Like Horton, Saper, whose portraits are held in private and corporate collections, sets out principles for painting a full variety of skin tones in several media, including oil, pastel, and watercolor. Both authors give advice on shooting and choosing photographs as references. Libraries that already have Horton's volume on the shelves can pass on this. For those that don't, Saper's book is an essential purchase.
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