Sunday, 28 August 2016

Pastel course


Misty Morning


Setting the scene
Morning Sail, was painted on an atmospheric day,  threatening rain clouds and soft mist in the mountains and a still reflected lake.

The horizon line is approx. 1/4 of the paper, this will aid a dramatic sky in the composition and create distance in the mountain scene.

 Colours were kept subdued working with tonal hues rather than exact colour shades, this will help to give a peaceful harmony to the painting.

Working on Fisher 400 pastel paper, this is project two on my online pastel course.
 It is a perfect course to start painting with pastels, with many handy tips, step by step instructions and clear photographs, materials explained  and above all personal feedback with each project. I have painted with Pastels for over twenty years, and find them such a wonderful medium. 

Why not start painting pastels this Autumn and sign up to the Pastel Online course

The price of the course is £55.00 , there is no time limit to the course.




2 comments:

Central London Storage Lady said...

Pastels always look like such a fun medium to work in, I'd love to learn more about them.

Jane Ward said...

Pastels are so easy to paint with and you can achieve some fantastic results the online pastel course shows you all the techniques you need with six super projects and personal feedback on your paintings.