Christmas Horse and Robin

(5 customer reviews)


Would you like to send your own art as a Christmas card? See below for more info..

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⭐️I'll show you how how to pastel a white horse with pure white snowflakes
⭐️I'll show you how to make this horse your own by changing the colours
⭐️I'll show you how to turn it into a Christmas card
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.
You get to keep and re-watch this tutorial for as long as you need!  There is no time limit.
Need help? Art Chat & Tuition Evening Sessions. Join the Facebook group for the timings or email Sue
All details in the Additional Info PDF.
⭐️Materials You'll Need: 
Pastelmat Card A4 I'll be using Dark Grey
A range of purple and lilac soft pastels and white plus some extras for the robin
Full list of materials in the PDF

5 reviews for Christmas Horse and Robin

  1. Helen

    Great, well explained and demonstrated tutorial.
    Sue has excellent skills in showing how she creates such effects with pastels and pencils. You don’t necessarily need the same colours to achieve a good finish.

  2. Mandy Bugg

    I absolutely loved doing this one. Colours are gorgeous. Thank you Sue for another great tutorial!

  3. Fiona Schofield

    I’ve really loved doing the horse/robin tutorial as always fab tuition thank you Sue.

  4. Senga Young

    I joined the LIVE Zoom then re watched the tuition video and made a couple of changes to my painting, this was so relaxing to do. Lovely soft colours, I used mostly lilacs and pinks with some blue grey pastel pencils. Unfortunately the photo doesn’t show the pinks very well. I used Sennelier 527 which is a pearly white on the large snowflakes, I thought it might shimmer but it doesn’t. It’s all about learning from your mistakes before you try again and make it better than before.
    Thank you Sue, this has been most enjoyable.

  5. Cathy Holloway (verified owner)

    Took me months to get around to doing this one – but that’s the beauty of Sue’s tutorials – you can do them in your own time, and now I have a beautiful drawing ready to make into a Christmas card without the stress of trying to do it in the run-up! My version is bluer than Sue’s as I didn’t have many purples and violets, but that really doesn’t matter and I really enjoyed it

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