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[Art Therapy] Draw Animals With Pastel Pencils

Have you always wanted to learn to draw? What if you could have a fun, stress-free hobby that produces results you never thought possible?

[Art Therapy] Draw Animals With Pastel Pencils

Have you always wanted to learn to draw? What if you could have a fun, stress-free hobby that produces results you never thought possible?
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In this video, I explain what to expect from this Pastel Pencil course.
1:28:33
In this lesson, Colin walks you through the materials he uses for the course. Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): The 6 Pencils Colin uses are: 101 (white), 187 (Burnt Ochre), 273 (Warm Grey), 176 (Van Dyke Brown), 168 (Earth Green), 175 (Dark Sepia).
In this video, Colin teaches you how to draw the head of the barn owl using pastel pencil techniques.
In this video, Colin teaches you how to draw the body and feet of the barn owl using pastel pencil techniques.
This is the Tree Trunk section of this picture
In this lesson, Colin demonstrates how to add a simple background to the Barn Owl in Pastel Pencils.
1:08:30
In this course, you will learn to draw a lying dog. Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): The 6 Pencils Colin uses are 101 white, 184 dark naples yellow, 187 burnt ochre, 273 warm grey, 176 van dyck brown and 199 black.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to draw the Head of the laying dog.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to Eyes the Head of the laying dog.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to draw the body and the nose of the laying dog.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to add a background to the laying dog.
2:46:49
In this course, you will learn to draw a Siamese Kitten The Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): 101 White 103 Ivory 230 Cold Grey I 233 Cold Grey IV 132 Light Flesh 179 Bistre 140 Light Ultramarine 143 Cobalt Blue 151 Helioblue-reddish 177 Walnut Brown 169 Caput Mortuum 194 Red-Violet 181 Payne's Grey 182 Brown Ochre 175 Dark Sepia 199 Black.
In these lessons, we break down the full picture into bite-size lessons so that you can pick up your pencils at any time and continue with your picture.
This concluding part of the course completes the picture by finishing off the background.
2:22:04
In this course, you will learn to draw a grey wolf!  The Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): 101 White 103 Ivory 230 Cold Grey 233 Cold Grey IV 183 Light Yellow Ochre 182 Brown Ochre 113 Orange Glaze 186 Terracotta 283 Burnt Siena 169 Caput Mortuum 179 Bistre 177 Walnut Brown 175 Dark Sepia 181 Payne's Grey 199 Black 140 Light Ultramarine
In these lessons, we break down the full picture into bite-size lessons so that you can pick up your pencils at any time and continue with your picture.
This last lesson concludes the Grey Wolf with the background.
In this course, you will learn to draw a Mother and Baby Penguin.  The Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils):  101 White 230 Cold Grey 233 Cold Grey IV 181 Payne's Grey 199 Black 140 Light Ultramarine 151 Helioblue-reddish 283 Burnt Siena 103 Ivory 106 Light Chrome Yellow 109 Dark Chrome Yellow 113 Orange Glaze 132 Light Flesh 131 Medium Flesh 190 Venetian Red 225 Dark Red
This final course teaches you how to draw a mother and baby penguin, again split into bite-size lessons.
This final lesson concludes the picture as we always do with the background added in last.
We hope that you have enjoyed these 5 projects and have learned pastel pencil techniques that you can translate to your own pictures and artwork. If you would like to get in touch with us please email steve.bradley@colinbradleyart.com

Art and creativity are proven to help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. In challenging times, art can be a beautiful escape and help you overcome many emotional or physical ailments. 

In this course, I show you how to draw 5 animals with a very easy-to-use medium - Pastel Pencils. 

Because they are pencils, they already feel familiar to work with yet the results will astound you. Not only this but you can erase mistakes!

Unlike coloring pencils, the pastel pencil is a chalky texture which allows them to blend and layer easily. Therefore achieving the results you see on the image. 

This Course includes 5 subjects that you will learn to draw using Pastel Pencil Techniques and is designed for all levels. The 5 Subjects included are:

  • Barn Owl
  • Laying Dog
  • Siamese Kitten
  • Grey Wolf
  • Mother and Baby Penguin

There's no freehand drawing required, I provide you with an outline drawing for each subject so that you do not have to draw free hand.

Trace this through to your paper or print it straight out using your printer. 

Why you might consider this course:

  • No previous experience required
  • Learn how to draw 5 animals
  • Develop the confidence and ability to draw your own pictures
  • Copyright FREE Pictures - Sell Your Work with no strings attached

Requirements

No previous drawing experience

Pastel Pencils (I use Faber-Castell PITT Pastel Pencils and refer to these colors however you can use another make if you wish)

Pastel Paper - I use Sand Coloured Ingres Fabriano Paper (A4 Size)

Double Ended Eraser 

Colour Shaper Blending Tool (Optional - I recommend a Grey Chisel Size 2 Shaper to begin with)

In this video, I explain what to expect from this Pastel Pencil course.
1:28:33
In this lesson, Colin walks you through the materials he uses for the course. Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): The 6 Pencils Colin uses are: 101 (white), 187 (Burnt Ochre), 273 (Warm Grey), 176 (Van Dyke Brown), 168 (Earth Green), 175 (Dark Sepia).
In this video, Colin teaches you how to draw the head of the barn owl using pastel pencil techniques.
In this video, Colin teaches you how to draw the body and feet of the barn owl using pastel pencil techniques.
This is the Tree Trunk section of this picture
In this lesson, Colin demonstrates how to add a simple background to the Barn Owl in Pastel Pencils.
1:08:30
In this course, you will learn to draw a lying dog. Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): The 6 Pencils Colin uses are 101 white, 184 dark naples yellow, 187 burnt ochre, 273 warm grey, 176 van dyck brown and 199 black.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to draw the Head of the laying dog.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to Eyes the Head of the laying dog.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to draw the body and the nose of the laying dog.
In this lesson, Colin teaches you how to add a background to the laying dog.
2:46:49
In this course, you will learn to draw a Siamese Kitten The Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): 101 White 103 Ivory 230 Cold Grey I 233 Cold Grey IV 132 Light Flesh 179 Bistre 140 Light Ultramarine 143 Cobalt Blue 151 Helioblue-reddish 177 Walnut Brown 169 Caput Mortuum 194 Red-Violet 181 Payne's Grey 182 Brown Ochre 175 Dark Sepia 199 Black.
In these lessons, we break down the full picture into bite-size lessons so that you can pick up your pencils at any time and continue with your picture.
This concluding part of the course completes the picture by finishing off the background.
2:22:04
In this course, you will learn to draw a grey wolf!  The Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils): 101 White 103 Ivory 230 Cold Grey 233 Cold Grey IV 183 Light Yellow Ochre 182 Brown Ochre 113 Orange Glaze 186 Terracotta 283 Burnt Siena 169 Caput Mortuum 179 Bistre 177 Walnut Brown 175 Dark Sepia 181 Payne's Grey 199 Black 140 Light Ultramarine
In these lessons, we break down the full picture into bite-size lessons so that you can pick up your pencils at any time and continue with your picture.
This last lesson concludes the Grey Wolf with the background.
In this course, you will learn to draw a Mother and Baby Penguin.  The Pencils used in this picture (Colin uses Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils):  101 White 230 Cold Grey 233 Cold Grey IV 181 Payne's Grey 199 Black 140 Light Ultramarine 151 Helioblue-reddish 283 Burnt Siena 103 Ivory 106 Light Chrome Yellow 109 Dark Chrome Yellow 113 Orange Glaze 132 Light Flesh 131 Medium Flesh 190 Venetian Red 225 Dark Red
This final course teaches you how to draw a mother and baby penguin, again split into bite-size lessons.
This final lesson concludes the picture as we always do with the background added in last.
We hope that you have enjoyed these 5 projects and have learned pastel pencil techniques that you can translate to your own pictures and artwork. If you would like to get in touch with us please email steve.bradley@colinbradleyart.com

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Colin Bradley

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Colin Bradley's been teaching the pastel pencil medium for nearly 30 years. In 1982, he became a professional artist and opened his gallery in Broadstairs, England. Colin has a popular YouTube channel where he teaches people all over the world how to draw and paint, along with his digital art education company, Colin Bradley Art.

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