Colorways:Acrylic Animals teaches artists of all skill levels how to paint vibrant, colorful renditions of animals from around the globe.
Grab your paints, canvas, and imagination because it's time to paint pointillistic pandas, tetradic llamas, vibrant flamingos, and complementary cows...and that's just the beginning! Each step-by-step project in Colorways: Acrylic Animals shows you not only how to capture an animal’s likeness, but also how touse color to create magical, other-worldly, and whimsical paintings. You'll also learn how to use acrylic paint to add texture and fanciful flourishes, like florals and collage, to your glorious animal subjects.
The Colorways series from Walter Foster teaches artists of all skill levels how to create innovative, inspired artwork that's full of color and imagination. Focusing on creating expressive pieces over realistic scenes, Colorways shows artists how to break the "rules" of color and let their imaginations and artwork soar to new heights. In the Colorways series, flamingos are green, giraffes boast multicolored spots, and raccoons feature blue undertones. For more fun books in the Colorways series, check out Watercolor Flowers and Watercolor Animals.
About the Author
Megan Wells is an artist, author, and instructor living in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Previously a high-school art teacher, Megan now runs her hand-lettering and illustration studio, Makewells, full time. Megan’s work has been licensed and commissioned by book publishers, magazines, and major retailers, including Walter Foster Publishing, Harper Collins Christian Publishing, Pottery Barn Kids, Minted, and Paper de Maison. To learn more about Megan and her work, visit www.makewells.com or follow her on Instagram @makewells.
Aspiring artists will also learn how to use acrylic paint to add texture and fanciful flourishes, like florals and collage, to their glorious animal subjects. Thoroughly 'user friendly' in tone, commentary, instructions, organization and presentation, Colorways: Acrylic Animals is highly recommended.—Midwest Book Review