Pre-Orders on August 2021 CP Magic print are closed.
What’s in August 2021 CP Magic
The August issue of CP Magic welcomes featured artist Kathryn Hansen.
A long-time California resident, Kathryn’s artwork lives and breathes. Her goal with each pet portrait or wildlife piece is creating a work of art that inspires viewers. “I want each viewer to realize their connection to all living things,” she says.
Kathryn’s intermediate level tutorial is an up-close-and-personal study of a black wolf that she chose because of the contrast in textures and colors. It’s a compelling and beautiful composition designed to delight and challenge you.
Also in this Issue
4 Tips for Making Your Studio Safe for Your Studio Assistants
Many artists live and work with feathered or furry studio assistants. We give a lot of thought to how we organize our workspace, but how much thought do we give to the safety of our studio assistants?
Carrie shares four tips for making your workspace safe for your pets.
The Landscape Artist in Colored Pencils
This column returns in August with three very basic principles that make or break landscape art (or any art.)
Nothing But Pencils & Paper
With the August issue, this column dedicated to beginners is eight months old. If you’ve been following since January 2021, you’ve received a complete course introducing you to colored pencils, month by month.
Now it’s time to put that great information to work. Carrie shares one way to start making your own art with no pressure.
Four works from CP Magic readers. All skill levels.
See all reader art submissions in the online August 2021 CP Magic Reader Gallery.
The Final Pencil Strokes
Additional resources for the intrepid artist who can’t read enough about colored pencils!
About Print Products
Print versions of CP Magic are available by pre-order only and are available only in the United States. Orders for this issue will be placed the first week in September, and shipped to buyers via Media Mail (10 to 14 day delivery time.) Anticipated delivery date to customers is the middle of September.
Printed products are printed in the United States on 100 pound paper.