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If you love working with pastel, then this project is definitely for you! In this class, you will learn my step-by-step method to recreate the fabulous Owl


Pastels are unlike any other medium. In fact, they are so unique, finished pastel drawings are referred to as "paintings".  While clearly a drawing media (they are applied dry), the finished result resembles a painting. 

Unfortunately, new artists will often begin a pastel drawing and "give up" quickly. Pastels can be difficult to control when they are first applied to the surface. Colors are vibrant and sometimes "unnatural" without proper layering. But with a proper understanding of the nature of medium, anyone can find successful results.  It simply requires a bit of patience and practice.

To ensure accuracy, You can print of the reference picture and trace down onto your paper


Please invest in the correct paper to give yourself the best chance of success

Materials Required
Set of soft pastels (The quality of your pastels will effect the result, I recommend these mid price ranges, Faber Castell, Koh i nor, Royal Talens renbrandt}

Sheet of Pastel Mat paper Dark Grey (Anthracite

Set pastel Pencils
Colour shaper blending tool




Eagle Owl Pastel Tutorial

  • Your tutorial link and reference pic will download as a PDF at checkout

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