How To Draw Wild Animals Vol 7 - Chimp, Lioness and Lynx
Learn to draw 3 INCREDIBLE Wild Animal Portraits with Colin Bradley. Follow along step by step and get amazing results
What you will learn
How to colour a Chimp, Lioness and Lynx
The fundamentals with using Pastel Pencils
The light to dark rule when layering Pastel Pencils
How to apply the techniques learnt to colour their own wild animal paintings
Would you love to be able to paint AMAZING Wild Animals?
In this course you will learn techniques to be able to paint a Chimpanzee, Lynx and Lioness. When you're finished, you'll have the skills to be able to paint your own wild animals too.
It all starts with Pastel Pencils.
In my 30+ Years of Experience I have found that Pastel Pencils is the by far the easiest art medium to pick up and learn.
When you have finished this course not only will you walk away with 3 AMAZING Paintings but you will also be able to apply what you have learnt to draw own pictures.
Pastel Pencils are a wonderful medium, they can be blended easily on top of each other and, because they're in a pencil form, are very easy to use.
These subjects are technically classed at an "Intermediate" level however I always say that no matter your experience, if you want to have a go, then you should.
We use Pastel Pencils from Faber-Castell You can of course use your own brand of pastel pencil too. Here is the full list of colours used within the course:
Faber-Castell PITT Pastel Pencils
270 Warm Grey I
273 Warm Grey IV
183 Light Yellow Ochre
182 Brown Ochre
172 Earth Green
104 Light Yellow Glaze
170 May Green
167 Permanent Green Olive
132 Beige Red
191 Pompeian Red
283 Burnt Sienna
176 Van Dyck Brown
175 Dark Sepia
181 Payne’s Grey
157 Dark Indigo
230 cold grey I
233 cold grey IV
187 burnt ochre
174 chrome green opaque
177 walnut brown
169 Caput Mortuum
225 Dark Red
168 Earth Green Yellowish
In this course I use Sand Coloured Fabriano Ingres Pastel Paper (160gsm). The Fabriano is a forgiving paper in that you can erase mistakes more easily. You can of course use your own paper that you would like, there's no pressure to use the same as me.
I provide you with a basic outline drawing for each picture. If you wish to use this, simply trace the outline to your paper using a graphite transfer sheet like tracedown (for dark grey paper you will benefit from using a white tracing sheet so you can see the outline more clearly).
Step by Step Instructions
I walk you through step by step with video instruction how to draw each stage. You'll learn techniques behind drawing beautiful bird pictures and create pictures you can be proud of.
Start Learning Today
With just a small amount of pencils you will see the AMAZING effects you can get.
Let your journey into drawing and painting start here.