You’ll love this pastel portrait painting video if:
- You enjoy the work and teaching of Luana Luconi Winner
- You are new to painting in pastel
- You are looking for easy techniques to paint portraits in pastel
To create an excellent pastel portrait you need the expert instruction of Luana Luconi Winner. Discover her successful pastel portrait painting techniques in this 89 minute instructional video. You’ll start with the basics and familiarize yourself with the materials and pastels. Next, tackle each facial feature individually and analyze its unique shape. Challenge yourself and learn techniques for painting facial features with different expressions and discover how to capture facial features from different angles. Finish with an easy demonstration by Luana pulling all the techniques taught in this video together by painting a pastel portrait of a young woman.
In How to Paint Pastel Portraits the Easy Way you’ll find:
- Techniques for pastel blending and getting the correct skin tone color
- Tips for blocking out color and applying pastel to achieve sharp lines
- Demonstrations on how to paint features of different ages, mouths open or closed, and more
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To get the most from your paintings, make sure you take a look at the other video workshops in the series:
How to Paint Watercolor Portraits the Easy Way
How to Paint Oil Portraits the Easy Way
About the Artist
Award-winning portrait artist Luana Luconi Winner has painted portraits and murals that hang in private collections, corporations, universities and residences on both sides of the Atlantic. She works in multiple mediums, from pastels and sketches to watercolors and oils. Her work and classes and workshops can be found at her website, winnerstudios.com.
Pastels in a variety of warm and cool tones:
- Soft pastels
- Hard pastels
- Pastel pencils
Heavy sanded paper in a variety of tones and colors
Ampersand Archival board with marble dust and pumice surface
Optional materials: Luana sometimes uses a steamer, alcohol, fixative or water to create fixed underpaintings