Blue Tit Tutorial

(5 customer reviews)

£10.00

Blue Tit tutorial in Soft Pastel. More info below.

How to turn a photo into a piece of art with soft pastel and watercolour (if you don't have watercolour you can add water to your soft pastels.

You will receive a PDF with your private video tutorial link.  The reference photo, a version with a grid 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.  Your link to my VIP Facebook Group is in the PDF.

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.

5 reviews for Blue Tit Tutorial

  1. Emma-Kate Perry

    Thank you so much!! Was lovely, a favourite bird in this family too so wonderful start. Learnt to be more gentle and small with pencils, and will practice the branch effects. Descriptions of techniques and colours were brilliant. Absolutely lovely to join in with. Thank you!

  2. Cathy Holloway

    I loved doing this tutorial. The thought of the background was terrifying, but Sue talked it through perfectly, and I loved the end result (I just used water with my pastels as didn’t have watercolours). Really easy to follow recording, and I could pause it when I was taking a little long and needed more time.

  3. Frances martin (verified owner)

    This was my first class with Sue. I was interested in how to use watercolour on pastelmat. Sue sent me the material list, line art etc before the class – she even included technical help too for anyone who needed it. The class itself was ‘just right’ regarding the pace & was very friendly. Not only was it enjoyable but I’ve actually come away with new skills to use in future artwork. I won’t hesitate in signing up for future classes.

  4. Jane Heritage

    Yet another wonderful lesson from Sue. I am scared of watercolours as I cannot control them but it was fun just to play with the watercolours to give the background. The bird was fun as we were pastelling an impression of a blue tit. Thanks Sue

  5. Michelle White

    I really enjoyed this work, I found that mixing watercolor and pastels was fun and different. A great learning experience.

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