Horse Eye Special


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Stunning horse eye tutorial with a bonus colourful horse head tutorial. More info below


Learn how to achieve the glass like effect and the glorious shadows whilst painting this horses eye with me.

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 colours in the Unison Colour range
Paper choice
My top tip for this piece
The reference photos with and without a grid and a line drawing.
Video tutorial links

As a BONUS you will get a PDF step by step guide to the horses head with a long video time-lapse.

⭐️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.

3 reviews for Horse Eye Special

  1. Roz Goodman (verified owner)

    Another super tutorial from Sue. This one is great for learning about colour choices. You use colours you never thought you would for an eye. Also fab tips for the eyeball and eyelashes. Thanks Sue.

  2. DENISE J ROBINSON (verified owner)

    I found the Horse Eye Tutorial very thorough and it was broken down into easy stages to follow. Sue gradually guides you through a project and gives very helpful tips along the way. I never really gave a sharp pencil much thought before, but now I realise it makes all the difference when needed. Sue talks throughout the video and it is a great help being able to slow the video down and rewatch when needed.

  3. Keith Walton (verified owner)

    I thoroughly enjoyed doing the Horse eye tutorial. Although I consider myself a fully versed landscape artist ( in oils). I have switched to working in pastels and have been challenging myself to broaden the scope of my artwork. I have never done anything like this before and I’m very glad that I did. I am very pleased with the results and it has given me the confidence to try other things like animal portraits.
    I also have picked up many little techniques on just how to use the tools associated with pastels. Like the rubber blender and the pan pastel soft tool.
    I am looking forward to working on a horse portrait as one of my future projects.

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