Einstein Portrait in Colour


(6 customer reviews)
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Learn my new techniques for creating skin tones!  See below for more details.

⭐️No time limit to complete
⭐️Complete PDF Guide & HD Video
⭐️No drawing skills necessary
⭐️Real-time narration
⭐️I show you how to correct mistakes
⭐️Scroll down to see what else you’ll learn

Learn how to pastel Einstein in colour from a black and white photo using my new technique!

Full HD Video available - no time limit to complete.

Full list of supplies are in the PDF  HD quality recording to follow after the live stream.   You can view the recording for as long as you wish, there is no time limit.

⭐️Learn how to pastel a black and white photo in colour
⭐️Learn how to use 4 pastel pencils to set the skin tones
⭐️Then substitute 3 to bring out the skin colour
⭐️Then use a rainbow of colour to enhance... and keep enhancing until you like it - see the last video.
⭐️Learn how to pastel crazy Einstein hair!
⭐️Includes my Ultimate Guide to Tracing / Transferring
⭐️Separate techniques and Colour choices video included
⭐️PDF with all supplies, reference photo, line image for tracing and grid included
⭐️Includes my hand drawn line image so you can be sure to get an accurate drawing if you struggle with tracing

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 8x12 inches.  Pastel pencils and pastel sticks.  Full list of materials in the PDF

6 reviews for Einstein Portrait in Colour

  1. Linda Ohna (verified owner)

    This was a pure joy to draw, my very first portrait. Like all of Sue’s tutorials that I have tried, there is good and thorough guidance throughout.

  2. Clare de Normanville (verified owner)

    Absolutely loved this tutorial. I learnt so much about colour theory, mixing tones and using a limited palette, from this tutorial and all that colour theory stuff started to make sense to me. I was also able to use a tutorial from the Hub to help me with the background. Sue’s teaching style is so accessible and clear, and I’d recommend this tutorial if you want to try a portrait for the first time.

  3. Kim Hood (verified owner)

    A challenging but fun piece to work on. Using the Zorn palette in pastel to get skin tones was very interesting and I learned a massive amount from Sue’s detailed instruction. Not the easiest tutorial but very enjoyable and it gave me the confidence to try other pictures independently. Thanks Sue!

  4. Carol Hebden (verified owner)

    Loved this tutorial, which shows a technique I have not used before. Einstein has such an interesting face – all those wrinkles and that crazy hair. Sue explains everything so well, and every tutorial seems to add to my knowledge. Not the easiest portrait for a beginner, but teaches you so much, and would benefit an adventurous beginner (even though it is tricky), intermediate, or someone who is experienced in portraits and wants to have a go at creating that wonderful face using just 4 or 5 pencils!

  5. Nina Kvenild (verified owner)

    As soon as I startet Sue’s Einstein tutorial I was hooked! I could not put my pencils down It was so fun to draw and Sue take you through it calmly step by step. Thank you again for making such great tutorials Sue 😊👌

  6. Lynda (verified owner)

    I have several of Sue’s tutorials and each bring a wealth of knowledge and new things to learn.

    Einstein was my first “person” I’d drawn. He was a toughie too do, but explained very well. Sue was on hand for advice in the VIP group and showed me where I needed to make corrections in Art Club zoom session.

    I highly recommended this tutorial (and many others). Although possibly a bit tricky for a beginner it wouldn’t be impossible for them to do as the instructions are very clear.

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