Botanical Basics Modules Basic Toning and Values Lesson 1: Art Supplies Lesson 2: Light Source Lesson 3: Three Tone Values Lesson 4: Create a Value Scale of 9 Tones Lesson 5: Create a Value Scale Tool Lesson 6: Continuous Toning Toning 3 dimensional form in grisalle technique or gray scale Lesson 7: Toning an Arc Tone Bar Lesson 8: Toning a Cylinder Lesson 9: Cylinder Becomes a Branch Lesson 10: Toning a Sphere Lesson 11: Drawing a Sphere with Cast Shadow and Reflective Highlight Lesson 12: Sphere Becomes a Tomato Adding Form to Color Lesson 13: Color Tone Bars for Branch and Tomato Lesson 14: Adding Color to a Branch Lesson 15: Adding Color to a Tomato Lesson 16: Feathering Technique Lesson 17: Drawing a Cherry Tomato in Color Overlaps Lesson 18: Plaid Lesson 19: Small Fruits Lesson 20: Roots Lesson 21: Complex Overlaps Pattern Lesson 22: Feather Lesson 23: Apple Lesson 24: Onion Lesson 25: Petal Lesson 26: Cross-Contour Lesson 27: Applying Pattern to Apple Lesson 28: Applying Pattern to Petal Using Watercolor and Colored Pencil Together Lesson 29: Methods of Applying Watercolor Lesson 30: Combining Watercolor and Colored Pencil Lesson 31: Using Watercolor from a Tube Lesson 33: Adding Colored Pencil to Your Petal Lesson 32: Drawing a Petal with Watercolor