Paint + Draw fur using pastels and Panpastels

how to paint / draw fur using pastels

This 30 min + video shows How I create realistic fur in pastels – I use a variety of panpastel , soft pastel and pastel pencils for the effect

 

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Image editing for artists

currently doing a series of short videos on my YouTube wildlife art channel – basic image editing for artists

 

composition for artists

Composition – In this video I let you in to my thought process as I pick and change my reference photos to make what I think is the most interesting composition for this Gorilla and baby painting.
The process will now continue on my patreon channel as I paint this scene in oils, with plenty of instruction in how I paint the fur as well.

video series is available on my patreon art channel here – https://www.patreon.com/wildlifeart
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Lots more art videos on my –
art site – http://www.jasonmorgan.co.uk/

Painting water in oils – Orca video

New oil painting video now available on my popular Patreon wildlife art art channel  Рdo you want to learn how to paint water? then this video is absolutely for you!

the videos are packed with oil painting tips and techniques, believe me – with a little patience and the knowledge I share you can achieve much more than you thought possible.

Drawing details in pastels

hi everyone – as most of you know i release new – MANY hours long videos on my Patreon art channel EVERY month – here is a short video showing how I draw details using pastel pencils.

hope you find it of use Рlong version here Р$9 level Рpatreon art channel 

Pastel Painting animals – Gorilla

HI everyone – just uploaded a new short video Pastel Painting Animals – compressed my 3 hour Gorilla tutorial from my Patreon art channel – to just a few minuted on YouTube.

FREE Wildlife Reference Photos

Lots of talk on the social media sites about copyright free reference photos and how they are sometimes not as copyright free as you might think.

Well I can only speak for myself – mine are absolutely fine to use to draw and paint from to sell your work etc no worries at all.

always have been (for YEARS) always will be.

watch my video for more details and to get this weeks free reference photos + line art.