Cynthia Knox
Project

"Debut"

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. I used Prismacolor Premier colored pencils to create this on white Strathmore Smooth Bristol Series 300 paper. It involved a lot of layering, blending, and burnishing to get a smooth finish and took many hours to complete. However, it was a joy to work on, and is featured as a step-by-step tutorial in my latest book "CP Florals" available on annkullberg.com and amazon.com. Hope you get a chance to check it out! Is the piece for sale? No

You Can Make This

Cynthia Knox made "Debut" with:

Realistic Textures in Colored Pencil

Online Class

Realistic Textures in Colored Pencil

with Cynthia Knox

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Project Description

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. I used Prismacolor Premier colored pencils to create this on white Strathmore Smooth Bristol Series 300 paper. It involved a lot of layering, blending, and burnishing to get a smooth finish and took many hours to complete. However, it was a joy to work on, and is featured as a step-by-step tutorial in my latest book "CP Florals" available on annkullberg.com and amazon.com. Hope you get a chance to check it out! Is the piece for sale? No

Q&A with Cynthia Knox

Margreet v TK asked:
Wow, so beautiful Cynthia. You are a real artist! Love to read your new book, they are never boring :)
Cynthia Knox answered:
Thank you, Margreet! So sweet of you to say. :)
excepevents asked:
Wow again! Love the sense of depth of this flower and the texture of the petals. Doesn't look like colored pencil at all!
Cynthia Knox answered:
Thank you, Excepevents! Awesome compliment. :)
Jeannice Gordon asked:
Sigh. I could gaze at this all day! Inspirational and perfect:)
Cynthia Knox answered:
Thank you, Jeannice! And congratulations on your recent successes!