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New Guide To Coloring For Crafts Adult Coloring Books And Other Coloristas

Author : Peg Couch
ISBN : 1497200873
Genre : Games
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Get easy-to-follow advice from best selling coloring book artists, with tips and tricks that will have you drawing like an accomplished colorista in no time."

How To Color Like An Artist

Author : Veronica Winters
ISBN : 9780486813677
Genre : Art
File Size : 72. 63 MB
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Simple, step-by-step instructions for using colored pencils include eight plates from Dover's Creative Haven® series for practice. Full-color photographs illustrate such methods as creating texture, layering, and blending colors.

Creative Coloring Techniques

Author : Lauren Farnsworth
ISBN : 1454710233
Genre : Art
File Size : 32. 64 MB
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There s more to coloring than staying inside the lines! Creative Coloring Techniques offers a wealth of artistic possibilities, with tips on everything from mixing and pairing hues to pattern blending, creating texture, crosshatching, and contouring. Each technique includes inspirational suggestions and swatches, along with beautiful pictures for trying out your newfound skills. Fans will find imaginative ideas for filling in the pages, and all artists not just coloring book enthusiasts will benefit from these expert techniques."

Rachel Reintert S How To Color

Author : Rachel Reinert
ISBN : 1942021577
Genre : Art
File Size : 80. 99 MB
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Put yourself in the hands of renowned artist Rachel Reinert--and take your coloring to the next level! The basics of coloring seem simple: choose colors and stay within the lines. But with Rachel Reinert's techniques, anyone can go beyond to create vivid, awe-inspiring works of art. Her accessible tutorials teach readers everything they need to know about color theory, shading, burnishing, cross-hatching, and so much more. Coloring enthusiasts will appreciate her easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions as they apply her methods to creative projects. Inspirational images of Rachel's colored illustrations provide eye-opening examples of the beauty that can be achieved with the simplest of materials--and 24 pages of black-and-white line art allow artists to practice their newfound skills. .

Color Charts

Author : Yasmeen H. Eldahan
ISBN : 1535552999
Genre :
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COLOR CHARTS is a collection of coloring resources for colorists and artists. Revised edition, now with more pages for recording your color collection with! Created by Yasmeen Eldahan, aka YamPuff, a coloring book and digital stamp artist whose art has been colored in by colorists around the world! Perfect for users of colored pencils, artist markers, gel pens, crayons, and more! With over 60 single-sided color charts and practice pages, COLOR CHARTS has all you need to practice your coloring skills and to record your favorite color combinations. Organize and categorize your art supplies by documenting all the colors you own. Never forget which colors you used to make that perfect shade. Practice coloring skin, hair, eyes, clothes and more! Single-sided pages ensure that any media can be used for coloring without worry. Sharpen your coloring skills with COLOR CHARTS!

Color Charts Color Collection Edition

Author : Yasmeen H. Eldahan
ISBN : 1539013154
Genre :
File Size : 70. 54 MB
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Organize and categorize your art supplies! Keep track of all your colors in one place with 50 single-sided color charts! Perfect for users of colored pencils, artist markers, gel pens, crayons and much more! Enough space to record 2,250 different colors! The best part of getting a new set of any kind of coloring medium is when you try them all out! Color Charts: Color Collection Edition is dedicated to just that! Keep track of each color and exactly how they look on paper, so you always make the right choice when coloring!

Eating The Landscape

Author : Enrique Salmón
ISBN : 9780816599561
Genre : Social Science
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"Eating is not only a political act, it is also a cultural act that reaffirms one’s identity and worldview," Enrique Salmón writes in Eating the Landscape. Traversing a range of cultures, including the Tohono O’odham of the Sonoran Desert and the Rarámuri of the Sierra Tarahumara, the book is an illuminating journey through the southwest United States and northern Mexico. Salmón weaves his historical and cultural knowledge as a renowned indigenous ethnobotanist with stories American Indian farmers have shared with him to illustrate how traditional indigenous foodways—from the cultivation of crops to the preparation of meals—are rooted in a time-honored understanding of environmental stewardship. In this fascinating personal narrative, Salmón focuses on an array of indigenous farmers who uphold traditional agricultural practices in the face of modern changes to food systems such as extensive industrialization and the genetic modification of food crops. Despite the vast cultural and geographic diversity of the region he explores, Salmón reveals common themes: the importance of participation in a reciprocal relationship with the land, the connection between each group’s cultural identity and their ecosystems, and the indispensable correlation of land consciousness and food consciousness. Salmón shows that these collective philosophies provide the foundation for indigenous resilience as the farmers contend with global climate change and other disruptions to long-established foodways. This resilience, along with the rich stores of traditional ecological knowledge maintained by indigenous agriculturalists, Salmón explains, may be the key to sustaining food sources for humans in years to come. As many of us begin to question the origins and collateral costs of the food we consume, Salmón’s call for a return to more traditional food practices in this wide-ranging and insightful book is especially timely. Eating the Landscape is an essential resource for ethnobotanists, food sovereignty proponents, and advocates of the local food and slow food movements.

Route 66

Author : Jo Ann Kargus
ISBN : 1681060841
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 31. 81 MB
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Route 66: An Adult Coloring Book features beautifully rendered scenes of beloved places along this iconic highway. Working from photographs to produce intricate line drawings, St. Louis artist Jo Ann Kargus takes us from Illinois to California. Explore visual gems like Coral Courts and the Rainbow Curve Bridge in the midwest, Cadillac Ranch and the Wigwam Motel in the southwest, and end your journey in California at the Santa Monica Pier. Encounter places and sites we all know and love--from historical landmarks to icons of culture to famous hangouts--in this delightful, illustrated tour of the Mother Road.

Ivy And The Inky Butterfly

Author : Johanna Basford
ISBN : 0143130927
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An all-new iteration of the adult coloring book--a gorgeously hand-illustrated storybook for readers to color and cherish, both an enchanting tale and a one-of-a-kind keepsake From coloring book queen Johanna Basford comes a new spin on the world of adult coloring: a lavishly illustrated fable about a little girl named Ivy who stumbles upon a secret door leading to the magical world of Enchantia. Ivy embarks on a quest through its many realms in pursuit of her inky butterfly, meeting whimsical characters and discovering many wondrous things along the way. A charming story that interacts playfully with beautiful, colorable artwork in Johanna's signature style, Ivy and the Inky Butterfly is a one-of-a-kind adventure for readers of all ages to customize, color, and cherish.

Embedded Controller Hardware Design

Author : Ken Arnold
ISBN : 9780080505558
Genre : Computers
File Size : 22. 54 MB
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Ken Arnold is an experienced embedded systems designer and president of HiTech Equipment, Inc., an embedded systems design firm located in San Diego, California. He also teaches courses in embedded hardware and software design at the University of California-San Diego. Gives the reader an integrated hardware/software approach to embedded controller design Stresses a "worst case" design approach for the harsh environments in which embedded systems are often used Includes design examples to make important concepts come alive

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