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Who's Knockin? Sept 25&26, 2021-ArtfulWebinars.com

REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS BEGINS July 26, 2021

September 25 & 26, 2021

This 2-day webinar is offered through: https://artfulwebinars.regfox.com/whos-knockin-janelle

11:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET, both days

Who's Knockin? - Intermediate to Advanced Level

Lyra Rembrandt Polycolor colored pencils on 11"x14" Steel Grey Stonehenge paper. 

Janelle's painting is done with the oil-based Lyra Rembrandt Polycolor. The next choice would be oil-based Faber-Castell Polychromos. 
Oil-based colored pencils are used because they have a drier feel while applying. 
Prismacolor Premier is wax based and have a slick feel as you work.  If you are familiar with Prisma and know how to use them to create the proper texture, Janelle doesn't mind if you use them as a substitution.

Supplies can be purchased at your local art supply store, or through dickblick.com or your favorite online retailer.

Color conversions listed below for your convenience.

Lyra Rembrandt PolycolorFaber-Castell PolychromosPrismacolor Premier
07 Lemon107 Cadmium Yellow916 Canary Yellow
31 Medium Flesh131 Medium Flesh928 Blush Pink
43 Deep Cobalt120 Ultramarine902 Ultramarine
46 Sky Blue146 Sky Blue1024 Blue Slate
63 Emerald Green163 Emerald Green909 Grass Green
73 Olive Green173 Olive Green Yellowish988 Marine Green
75 Dark Sepia175 Dark Sepia948 Sepia
76 Van Dyck Brown176 Van Dyck Brown941 Light Umber
80 Raw Umber180 Raw Umber947 Dark Umber
83 Gold Ochre183 Light Yellow Ochre942 Yellow Ochre
87 Burnt Ochre186 Terra Cotta945 Sienna Brown
92 Indian Red192 Indian Red937 Tuscan Red
99 Black199 Black935 Black
195 Light Grey Warm270 Warm Grey I1050 Warm Grey 10%
196 Warm Silver Grey272 Warm Grey III1051 Warm Grey 20%
197 Medium Grey Warm273 Warm Grey IV1052 Warm Grey 30%
198 Dark Grey Warm275 Warm Grey VI1058 Warm Grey 90%

Additional Supplies:

  • Prismacolor Premier 938 White - NO SUBSTITUTION
  • Faber-Castell Polychromos 263 Caput Mortuum Violet

Pan Pastels are used for the background atmosphere. If you don't have the pastels, you can substitute Prismacolor NuPastel sticks. They are a bit more challenging to use, but it can be done. Or, you can leave off the background atmosphere. It still looks pretty cool without the background. PS: PanPastels can be purchased at: https://www.dickblick.com/products/panpastel-artists-painting-pastels/

Pan PastelsPrismacolor NuPastels - substitute
100.5 Titanium White211 White
270.8 Yellow Ochre Tint267 Colonial Yellow
520.8 Ultramarine Blue Tint376 Peach
660.3 Chrome Oxide Green Shade235 Light Blue
740.8 Burnt Sienna Tint308 Palm Green
  • 11"x14" Steel Grey Stonehenge paper
  • Sofft Palette Knife with sponge tip for applying the background atmosphere. Available at: https://www.dickblick.com/items/panpastel-sofft-tools-no-4-point-1-knife-5-covers/
  • well-worn grey graphite for transferring the drawing to the paper
  • Uni-Ball micro point red ink pen for transferring the design, the red ink allows you to see what lines have been transferred OR you can use a fine point stylus.
  • Scotch Removable or Wall Safe tape
  • Alcolin Stick Putty for removing unwanted graphite or colored pencil
  • Hard back-board to support the paper while penciling
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Hake dusting brush for removing pencil shavings, dust, etc

Tips on participating in a Zoom class.

  • You must have a computer, laptop, or iPad
  • High-speed Internet
  • You must be willing to use Zoom on your device
  • Students will be sent a pdf in an email to download and print the tutorial. The tutorial contains 1 full color picture, 8 step-by-step pictures, 5 pages of written instructions, and 1 line drawing.
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