Baby Donkey Tutorial


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Who doesn’t love a baby donkey? You’ll have lot so f fun pastelling this 🙂  More info below.
Learn how to achieve the thick fur on this gorgeous baby donkey.
Paint along with me in real-time whilst I talk you through every step of this tutorial in real-time - I talk to you whilst I pastel so you get to know exactly what I'm doing and thinking as I work my way though this painting.
You will receive a PDF with the following:
Suggested materials list including pastel colour's in the Unison Colour range and a student brand (I use Jaxell 72 set but any set will do)
Paper choice
My top tip for this piece
The copyright free reference photo with and without a grid and a line drawing.
There are 2 sizes to choose from.
You'll also receive a month subscription to my VIP Facebook Group - link in the PDF
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⭐️ART CLUB LIVE & RECORDED: You'll also get an invite to join Art Club.  Please note this is a one time invitation, not for every tutorial. Hub members already have access.

1 review for Baby Donkey Tutorial

  1. Nicola Suarez-Fernandez

    When I did the baby Donkey along with Sue Kerrigan-Harris on her tutorial right back early 2020 during lockdown due to Covid 19, I hadn’t realised just how intricate and detailed it was going to be!
    I used to do some oil and Acrylics over my lifetime on and off, mostly not at all, so when I eventually decided to try Pastels with Sue my Teacher I wasn’t sure whether it would work for me, but once I had started that was it, Pastel painted created an unstoppable passion within, I love it and find I get immersed in my painting and don’t want to stop. So when the day came to start Sue’s baby Donkey it was a huge learning curve to follow her on all the many angles of the thick donkey hair and varied textures and tones, very challenging but absolutely fascinating, now no turning back, I have so much to learn with all the different techniques and more gorgeous pastels to add to my small collection, thankyou so much Sue for my journey!

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