German Shepherd Dog Tutorial

(2 customer reviews)


Join me for this inspiring German Shepherd Dog Tutorial.  Includes 4 additional fur studies!   See below for more details.


If you are struggling with fur then this is the tutorial for you!  there will be 4 fur video demos (to be released next week) to get you warmed up followed by the LIVE tutorial.

I'll show you:
⭐️How to create long realistic fur in a variety of GSD (German Shepherd Dog) colours
⭐️How to choose colours with 3 pastel brands Jaxell / Koh-i-noor and Unison
⭐️Create the form under the fur
⭐️How to pastel realistic grass
⭐️Create different textures and colours of fur – (4 separate tutorials included)
⭐️How to fix a bad reference photo (video guide)
⭐️Includes 2 size options 8x12 and 12x16 inches

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: 
Paper: Pastelmat Card A4 (8x12 inches) or A3 (12x16inches) I'll be using Dark Grey
Soft pastels and pastel pencils.  You don't need the exact same colours as me or the same brand - there is a video guide for choosing colours
Full list of materials in the PDF

2 reviews for German Shepherd Dog Tutorial

  1. Tracey smallman

    I’ve just finished this beautiful dog,, It took several days to complete, and was quite hard in places, as a beginner I liked to be able to pause the tutorials, they’re very good to follow and Sue is a great teacher explaining all the way through,

  2. Sonia Keen

    Thank you Sue for such an in depth tutorial and exploration of colour. It’s amazing how many subtle colours there are in this painting. I’ve worked this one on A3 pastelmat and used all the materials recommended by Sue. It was a massive project and I found it very challenging and suffered quite a few wobbles working on this, but am so glad I saw it through. It has taught me to look deeper into colours and how to use this in other work.

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