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How to Draw and Paint Fairies

From Finding Inspiration to Capturing Diaphanous Detail, a Step-By-Step Guide to Fairy Art

Written by Hazel HarrisonAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Hazel Harrison and Linda RavenscroftAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Linda Ravenscroft

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How do you draw a fairy? It’s not like you can convince one to do life modeling in your studio. How to Draw and Paint Fairies confronts the fairy labor shortage directly, explaining all the techniques needed to bring fairy art to life. For beginners, explanations of basic techniques and easy-to-follow constructional drawings, plus information on materials, sketching, forms, and color make starting out easy and pleasant. As artists progress, the book offers detailed descriptions and beautiful illustrations of little people—from flower, water, and moon fairies, to nymphs and sprites, to sirens. Basic to advanced techniques on watercolor and mixed media are covered step-by-step, and finished images from leading fairy artists provide inspiration. This beautiful book will make every artist believe in fairies.

  • How to Draw and Paint Fairies by Hazel Harrison and Linda Ravenscroft
  • October 01, 2005
  • Art - Techniques; Art - Painting
  • Watson-Guptill
  • $19.95
  • 9780823023837

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