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6 Videos (37m)
    • Promo

    • Introduction

    • Composition and aspect

    • The main colours

    • Add details

    • Final steps


About This Class

How to draw sunset with soft pastel?

If you are interested in classical drawing tools and techniques, try this course and make your own painting with soft pastel! The course is for those, who are already familiar with soft pastel, not a beginner course! 

What do you need for the course?
In the course I've used the following colours for the picture. (FYI: Of course, you don't have to use the same when drawing.)

  • bright red earth, burnt sienna, burnt umber, deep violet, deft blue, ivory black, krapplack, light orange, light oxide red, naples yellow reddish, permanent red 1- pale, portioli red earth, prussian dark green, purple, sky blue

Use a dark blue toned paper, not a white one!

Structure of the course

  • finding the aspect for the composition
  • sketching the horizon
  • develop the picture using dark colours to the brightest ones

Come and join to the course and create amazing classical illustration! 

13 of 13 students recommendSee All

Loved this class and the fluid way he draws and the vibrant colours of the pastels
Very nice tutorial, great for learning new technics.
Anna Natter

Freelance Graphic Designer

Superb pastel instructor and very detailed class. Many thanks.





Peter Nagy

Illustration, Drawing, Motion design, 3D,

Hello, my name is Peter Nagy. I'm an illustrator, motion designer and photographer.
I live in Budapest, Hungary.

I work as motion designer at a leading commercial television channel. I create digital
paintings and illustrations in Photoshop and vector illustrations in Illustrator with a Wacom tablet. Usually I create 3d models, scenes in Cinema 4D.

I love traditional pastel and comic art too. One of the most important things for me is
to create atmospheric scenes with ...

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