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A Sunset In Pastels Tutorial

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The methods listed in this tutorial are a great way to get started in pastel drawing. The tutor begins by saying you can take any element in either the foreground or background and still be able to arrive at your desired end result. This shows the flexibility and versatility of pastels. So anyone concerned with making mistakes fear no more, because pastels could be the medium for you.

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  1. Grammar N*** says:

    he kinda reminds me of that guy(i forgot what his name was) that paints and it on TV(or was) and he is really annoying and when ever he paints trees or animals he always say” now you want it to look symmetrical and when i draw this squirrel i will put it in the tree with a little acorn” i don’t think you guys will know what the h*** im talking about but if you know that guy do you agree?!?

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  2. he kinda reminds me of that guy(i forgot what his name was) that paints and it on TV(or was) and he is really annoying and when ever he paints trees or animals he always say” now you want it to look symmetrical and when i draw this squirrel i will put it in the tree with a little acorn” i don’t think you guys will know what the h*** im talking about but if you know that guy do you agree?!?

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  3. xanthu1 says:

    quite a few… I’m sorry if I made you mad, also. To everyone’s (my friends at school) suprise, I’m really shy about showing my art work. I really shouldn’t be so arrogent. This is to all the other people who replied my comment. I am so so sorry.

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  4. Dude there is no right or wrong way to do Art, yes there is a preferred method, which he does not prefer to use. It works for him, and he’s just showing the easy way. Besides it came out nice. He even said himself…”You don’t have to be a slave to the technique that is used by anyone.

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  5. @dbzjglg yep i agree. i couldnt believe it when my friend told me about this site. Listen, tomorrow is my first date with a millionaire guy that i got from a rich men community site :P. i found it here >> bit.ly/Pj4FWt?=rmgndu

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  6. haha this guy is absolutely horrible! You can not start wherever you want in a pastel drawing, you should start from the darkest colors working your way up to the lightest colors, basically the opposite of almost every other medium. He doesn’t use value or perspective correctly either. I wanted to punch my screen when watching this video!

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  7. people i tried to do this..and it was gr8..but i had a problem with the white color..when i add it to put the sun and its light..it wasnt clear!..what i did wrong?..i use (Faber-Castel permanent oil pastels)..the white color doznt hv any effect on the paper!

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  8. IceSorceress says:

    I really have to apologize for my previous comment. It was inadequate and unnecessarily rude, and I’m ashamed that I posted something like that. It doesn’t matter whether I think that this guy is qualified to be a teacher or not – a comment like mine is not acceptable in any case.I’m sorry.

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  9. iagrl says:

    Everyone has their own techniques to painting, no matter the medium. Look at Van Gogh for instance. Not all paint as Bob Ross or William Alexander. Some use realism techniques, others use their own. That’s what makes art their own. Someone might think your paintings are horrible. And some might think they are awesome. It depends on the artist and the eye of the beholder.

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  10. blueskyafg says:

    very true, but don’t tell me even the homeless guy on the side of the road, drawing stick figures is called an artist, This idiot has no skill, the fool is wasting ppls time. I’ve been painting for a while, and nothing on that canvas tells me he methodically planned his painting. He didn’t even blend the colours properly. the waves r terrible. Pastels techniques are broken colours, hatching and crossing, line strokes, overlaying colours, scumbling etc he used none and one he did wasn’t right.

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  11. KoroMaka says:

    I’m not sounding rude or anything, but being an artist you can be expressive how ever much you like, you dont have to keep to what you see. For example Picasso, when he had models infront of him, he didnt drawing them as “humans” he drew them as cubes and squares in the Cubism technique with lots of colours. Artists dont HAVE to stick to what they see.

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  12. KoroMaka says:

    @IceSorceress I’m not sounding rude or anything, but being an artist you can be expressive how ever much you like, you dont have to keep to what you see. For example Picasso, when he had models infront of him, he didnt drawing them as “humans” he drew them as cubes and squares in the Cubism technique with lots of colours. Artists dont HAVE to stick to what they see.

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  13. IceSorceress says:

    Wtf, has this guy ever been outside and actually seen a real sunset? And what’s up with the boat? I wouldn’t care if he just painted for himself, but to pretend to know stuff and appearing on TV with this… No, just no.

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