asked me to do so and I could not even find a pastel tutorial at
DA, which quite surprised me. There were some links, but you know what they say: out there be monsters
What a lovely surprise to be on DA facebook's frontpage.
The amount of comments is heartwarming.
I will answer all in time, and thank you very much
And now a DD as well, oh wow Thank you so very much
These are the pastels I use
Bubo virginianus, Great Horned Owl.
The lovely reference picture is from
Thank you Nuna for letting me use it.
You can find the photo here [link]
you can make some great owls and tutorials,
hope to see some more actually
which isn't that common in tutorials
Good job, and thanks - this is very enlightening.
Oh, thank you for the link to your tutorial, It's very useful !!
When I see how detailed is your owl, I thought you used pencils pastels so I'm very surprised you did it with sticks !!! (I don't know how you call that form )
I have pencils and I can't do so detailed drawings... They never stay sharp more than 2 seconds and that gets me mad !!! I have Pastelmat paper and he's a rebel too...
But I'll try again following your patient method
Your job is awesome
Yes they are thick, that why I use the sides of the pastels.
It takes some time getting used to that.
You do need special pastel paper however, not ordinary paper because that doesn't have enough tooth.
Maybe you can Google velourspaper to find a place where you can order that.
Ik waardeer dit soort stuff, tutorials zijn geweldig als ze goed zijn, en deze is dat zeker
COngratz ook met de D.D., die heb je wel verdiend