Pan Pastel painting of a Pelican in an Impressionistic Style: an intermediate project | Joan Mansson | Skillshare

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Pan Pastel painting of a Pelican in an Impressionistic Style: an intermediate project

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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (59m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:36
    • 2. Tracing the image

      2:41
    • 3. Painting the background

      7:58
    • 4. Painting the Pilings

      8:20
    • 5. Blocking in the body of the pelican

      15:34
    • 6. Laying in the details of the pelican

      6:54
    • 7. Using pencils to create the final details.

      14:27
    • 8. Removing the tape from the pastelmat paper

      1:11
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About This Class

I've used Pan Pastels and a black and a white chalk pencil to create an impressionistic rendering of a Pelican. This is an intermediate project and I'm sharing how to use both brushes and sponge applicators to address the application of pastel to the Pastelmat paper to create a realistic image.

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