Adding detail to a horse’s neck. See the full course here: http://www.gillianussherart.com/learn-to-draw-with-pastel
A lot of people have been in touch to say they miss the group experience of the Facebook courses. For this reason, I am moving the Patreon monthly courses to Facebook groups in the hope it includes more people and those taking the courses can regain the group support they are missing out on. AnotherContinue reading “Learn to Draw with Pastel”
1. Black Dogs This is the the most common complaint I hear when teaching, and a reason a lot of people think a portrait of their dog might be impossible. Drawing or painting a black dog is no more difficult that a dog of any other colour. Once the reference photograph has enough light, especiallyContinue reading “5 Common Struggles when Drawing or Painting Dogs”
This portrait was drawn with Faber Castell Pastel Pitt Pencil on Daler Rowney Ingres paper and measures 16″ x 12″ / 40 x 30cm. The reference photograph for this portrait was quite blurred, but the large paper size allowed me to add in a higher level of detail.
A very Happy New Year to everyone! 2019 has been a really busy year, and I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported me. Your support through following this blog, interacting on social media or ordering artwork is hugely appreciated and allows me to continue working as an artist, IContinue reading “HAPPY NEW YEAR!”
A collection of my portraits and paintings of Beagles.
Freckles’ portrait was drawn with Faber Castell Pitt pastel pencil and Unison soft pastel on Dalek Rowney Ingres paper. It measures 12″ x10″ / 30 x 25cm.
Thank you for looking! You can view more of my work at http://www.gillianussherart.com.
Due to requests, I have recently been taking commissions for pencil sketches. These are a lot smaller, simpler and less expensive than pastel portraits and are a lot of fun to draw.
‘Dogs, like good cheese and wine, get even better with age.’