Inquisitive Cat


(2 customer reviews)
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Some say, black cats and wood in soft pastel are the hardest of all, so let me show you how I do these subjects step by step.  See below for more details.

Pastel along with me to create this inquisitive black cat peeking through an old wooden shed hole.  full list of supplies are in the PDF  Download the PDF and get started today!  HD quality recording and NO TIME LIMIT!

⭐️Learn how to pastel a black cat
⭐️Learn how to pastel old wood and create realistic wood grain effects  ***SKILLS BUILDER WOOD
⭐️Learn how to create subtle understated whiskers
⭐️I'll show you how I altered the cat in the original reference photo and replaced it with a cat I preferred from another reference photo
⭐️You're not on your own, join Sue's VIP Facebook group to get support

After purchasing, download your PDF's  with tutorial links on page 2, ref photo, a gridded version, line drawing for tracing and materials list suggestions.

⭐️⭐️⭐️BONUS! You get to keep and re-watch this tutorial for as long as you need!  There is no time limit.
⭐️LIVE TUTOR SUPPORT: Need help? Join my VIP Facebook Group for support.
⭐️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.
⭐️Materials You'll Need:  Paper: Dark Grey Pastelmat Card 7x9 inches.  Pastel pencils and pastel sticks.  Full list of materials in the PDF

2 reviews for Inquisitive Cat

  1. Maureen Peacock

    I am so proud of this attempt at painting a cat. I thought that it was beyond me but with Sue’s brilliant and detailed video tutorial to refer to, as well as the support from her and members of the group, I think I achieved a creditable picture of a curious cat. Thank you Sue xx

  2. Janice Hood (verified owner)

    Super two part tutorial in which Sue not only explains how to tackle black fur but also helps you understand how to approach various wood effects.
    I found the old wood section at the top to be the most challenging part, and think it’s worth working on it first, before moving to the cat itself.
    Materials required are clearly listed, but Sue also mentions some helpful alternative colours during the video.
    Very enjoyable and great value.

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