Coloured pencil used dry, is a fantastic way of bringing life to paintings of our flora anywhere in the world. You will learn about the basic anatomy of plants, what to look for in your subject, how to set it up, look after it and sketch it onto paper. There are different ways of using coloured pencil in art and this course will show you how to lay the colours in a way that allows you to subtly distinguish between dainty petals and more solid objects such as fruit. Finally, there is a section about using pen and ink in combination with your coloured pencils showing just how versatile coloured pencils are. Please visit our 'Prices and Buy Now' page to view the course prices and to purchase your course. The expected duration of this course is approximately 1 year although the college allows students up to two years to complete their studies. Click the download icon below to view a pdf sample course page which will open in a new tab. Below are a few images from the course itself illustrated by tutor and botanical artist Gaynor Dickeson.

It gives you the opportunity to read, learn, practice and get feedback at the stage you find yourself. Step by step tuition will introduce you to the intricacies of light and shade and then colour.
You will learn how to use your coloured pencils appropriately for this art form, how to find the right colours and how to optically mix them to get the colour you want.
This course shares material with the Botanical Painting course which does not refer to the medium the course is taught in.
UK residents can purchase courses on this page via instalments, please scroll down to the relevant section to pay a deposit. Each student is given a unique username and password on enrolment for their own private section in The Art Room. However we realise that students may appreciate being able to get clarification about various things as they work through their programme as well wanting reassurance that they are putting techniques into practice effectively.
Learn how to look and see the plants that surround you, observe their intricate detail and convey the beauty of what you see onto paper.

Each course has regular exercises and assignments that are constructed in such a way as to give the student the opportunity to practice the techniques learnt on the course and to test themselves as they go along. If you do not have facilities to upload your artwork, you can mail your artwork to the tutors centre and receive your artwork back with your critique. The student is encouraged to submit the assignment work to the college for the tutor to critique. On many courses the assignment work may be suitable for inclusion in a student's Portfolio of Work that could be very useful later. The college will use the assignments submitted as the basis for any award of a letter, certificate or diploma.

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