To work along with the ideas in this workshop you’ll need:
Wooden panel (optional)
Water soluble coloured pencils
Water pot and kitchen roll/paper towel
The other workshops in this course...
Painting with Pencils – Bird Paintings
Download printable, high resolution images of the paintings that you’ll see featured in this course.
Painting with Pencils – Reference Images
Download the reference images that Linda uses for this course.
Painting with Pencils – Birds – Part Three
In this session work along to complete the painting and mount it to the wooden panel ready for display.
Painting with Pencils – Birds – Part Two
In this session work along with Linda to make your painting. Start with a sketchy drawing then add wash and further detail.
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