Balinese Cat Tutorial


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I love cats and I guess you do too! Here’s a very cute Balinese Cat tutorial for you.  More info below.
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.
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.

You will receive
a PDF with the reference photo, a version with a gird and also a line drawing if necessary, materials list suggestions, colours

1 review for Balinese Cat Tutorial

  1. Karen

    I thought this might be interesting to share with the group .
    I started Pastelling with Sue in July ( no previous experience with Art in any form . One of the first workshops I attended was The Balinese Cat ( or Bat Cat as I ended up naming it😂🤣😂) It was a disaster and ended up in the ‘ will probably go in the bin folder) and I was very reluctant to attempt another cat drawing . I was recently asked if I would take on 2 cat portraits as a initial reaction was ‘as if 😱 ‘ ..but then decided to face my fear …it’s been a struggle but I did work through it . Thank you. Sue Kerrigan-Harris for giving me the courage to face my fear ..and for your support …plus my other Friends in this amazing group

    • Sue Kerrigan-Harris

      One thing I have noticed about Artists, that’s any level from complete beginner to professional is that they (we!) all have off days and think our work is rubbish!! When in fact it’s very good. I think you did a great job with Bat Cat – if it was your first or tenth cat, it was good and that is why you were able to go on and do the other 2 cats. Really well done Karen. 🙂

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