Little Girl Portrait Tutorial

(4 customer reviews)

£20.00

A cute little girl portrait in soft pastel.

The little girl is super cute and she's going to be a joy to pastel! I've chosen a close crop as I don't want her bold pink hat to be a distraction.  I'll show you how to practice skin tones before you start the portrait.

LIVE TUTOR SUPPORT: Included with all my tutorials is Live Tutor Support via Zoom, the details to join are in the PDF.  Join the Facebook group to find out times or email me: sue@skhportraits.co.uk . Times are subject to change to allow everyone to join.


You will receive a PDF with the reference photo, a version with a gird and also a line drawing if necessary, materials list suggestions using Unison Colour soft pastels and a student brand.  I use Jaxell but any student brand will do)  And your link to my VIP Facebook Group.

4 reviews for Little Girl Portrait Tutorial

  1. Shirley Tyack

    Absolutely loved doing my first real portrait with Sue, and very pleased with the result! I can’t say its easy but, it’s easier with Sue! Thanks!

  2. Marian

    I thoroughly enjoyed doing this tutorial. Sue takes you through the whole process and gives lots of pointers and tips to get an excellent result. I am looking forward to the next one.

  3. Kim Morgan-Jones

    I have thoroughly enjoyed this tutorial
    Sue is excel at explaining how to create different effects, details the colours she is using and provides alternative suggestions
    I was very scared of doing skin and hair but I am pleased with what I achieved following the course
    Another 10 out of 10 from me

  4. Janice Hunt

    I found this tutorial by Sue Kerrigan-Harris such an enjoyable journey. I was anxious to start with having attempted (and never finished) two portraits previously. Sue guided us through the portrait so thoroughly and clearly, and I found my confidence growing throughout the process as the little face began to appear. The videos Sue sends the next day are invaluable as I could play parts over several times to try and capture the image. I would definitely recommend this tutorial to anyone who would like to try painting a portrait.

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