True Grit!

Ann Kullberg is publishing a new Colored Pencil Magazine.  I am very excited about having an article in this  publication. I wrote about my process drawing the Red Ginger Tower Plant. It is titled True Grit.  In my case, the grit is 800 UART sanded pastel paper. This piece has also been featured on the U-Art Website.  Colored Pencil enthusiasts  will love this magazine. The art work and articles are informative and inspiring. 
If you are interested in buying this edition of the magazine you can go to the following link:  http://www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/156121


Tim Marsh said...

Congratulations Barbara! That's Great! Looking forward to seeing it.

Barbara Goodsitt said...

Thank you Tim!

Anonymous said...

Awesome post. Do you mind if I ask what your source is for this information?

Barbara Goodsitt said...

Hi Anon,
I have some colored pencil colleagues who work on sanded pastel paper, and they have talked to me about their technique. I experimented on my own. I couldn't find any reference to this techniques in my library or online