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The Practical Handbook of Color for Artists

Author : Parramon Editorial Team
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Examines the theory and practice of color, discussing the color wheel, mixing pigments, and using color to express emotions.

Basic Colour

Author : Jane de Sausmarez
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A practical basic guide to color theory and practice.

Paint Colour Mixing A Practical Handbook for Painters Decorators Paint Manufacturers Artists and All Who Have to Mix Colours

Author : Arthur Seymour Jennings
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Paint Colour Mixing

Author : Arthur Seymour Jennings
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The Practical Handbook for the Emerging Artist

Author : Margaret R. Lazzari
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The multitude of contemporary professional issues facing today's artist are dealt with in a detailed, practical way in this handbook. Primarily designed to help visual art students make the transition from art school to their own art practice, this book is also an excellent resource for practising artists.

Pastel Artist s Handbook

Author : Sally Harper
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A guide to pastel drawing provides information on materials, techniques, composition, shading, and color mixing.

The Practical Printer

Author : Charles W. Hearn
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Oil Colours and Printers Inks

Author : Louis Edgar Andés
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The Art of Colour Mixing

Author : Jeremy Galton
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A small practical handbook on choosing and mixing colours successfully. It shows how to create the maximum colour range from the minimum number of paints. The authors address watercolours, acrylics and oils, showing how to mix, blend and dilute in order to achieve a range of effects.

A Practical Handbook of Dyeing and Calico printing

Author : William Crookes
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The Art of Paper making

Author : Alexander Watt
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The Art of Soap making

Author : Alexander Watt
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The Watercolor Artist s Handbook

Author : Marylin Scott
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Watercolor is a wonderful medium, but it does sometimes seem to have a "mind of its own," refusing to do quite what is required. The keys to success are good planning, constant practice and a thorough understanding of your materials, so if you are new to painting, start by trying out some of the techniques and projects in this book as well as experimenting with different color mixes and types of paper.

The Art of Boot and Shoemaking A Practical Handbook

Author : John Bedford Leno
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The Art of Colour Mixing

Author : John Lidzey
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A small practical handbook on choosing and mixing colours successfully. It shows how to create the maximum colour range from the minimum number of paints. The authors address watercolours, acrylics and oils, showing how to mix, blend and dilute in order to achieve a range of effects.

The Makeup Artist Handbook

Author : Gretchen Davis
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Get professional techniques usually known only by Hollywood makeup artists in this full-color, comprehensive book from accomplished makeup pros Gretchen Davis and Mindy Hall. The two come to you with impressive backgrounds in film and television industries--their projects have included Pearl Harbor, Rent, Stuart Little, and The Nanny Diaries, and Mindy Hall is fresh off her Academy Award win for her work on 2009's Star Trek. This new edition of The Makeup Artist Handbook offers even more illustrations to demonstrate techniques visually; fundamentals on topics such as beauty, time periods, black and white film; and up-to-date information on cutting-edge techniques like air brushing makeup for computer-generated movies, makeup effects, mold-making, lighting, and lots of information on how to work effectively in HD. Learn from the pros and hone your craft with this comprehensive book.

Schemas A Practical Handbook

Author : Laura England
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Why is there always one child who persistently plays with the door, who mixes sand with water or throws objects across the room? Can these repetitive behaviours, known as schemas, be useful in targeting children's next steps within the EYFS? Is there a way to use them to unlock learning is young children? Schemas: A Practical Handbook not only explains what schemas are and how to identify them, but also expands on that knowledge. With the use of pragmatic ideas, rather than being based solely on theory, it explores how schemas are useful in developing children's learning alongside what they already do. The standalone chapters each revolve around a particular schema and feature case studies to discuss how that schema can be used to help children progress within the seven areas of learning, as outlined in the EYFS. Laura England further supports this development with suggestions for enhancements to the environment, core resources and activities. This step-by-step guide is essential for practitioners wishing to further their understanding of children's learning.

How to Paint Photographs in Water Colors

Author : George B. Ayres
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NASA EP

Author : United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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A Bibliography of Arts Trades and Sports

Author : William Swan Sonnenschein
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