How to paint a landscape using Mungyo soft Pastels

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Today I am sharing with you a soft pastel demonstration where I give tips and tricks on  how to use Mungyo and Stabilo CarbOthello soft pastels to paint a field in the autumn. The reference photo is one on got of Pixabay.

 

 

The Mungyo set is a entry level set that I reviewed a few months ago and I finally got a chance to do another painting with them.  I still think they are a fantastic entry level set if you are wanting to experiment with pastels before investing in more expensive sets. It’s also a great set for children to use given that they are affordable and non-toxic. Like always use whatever pastels you have on hand. You don’t have to use this specific brand to follow along.

There are a lot of pastel pencils on the market I happened to use the *Stabilo CarbOthello pastel pencils which is the brand I have on hand. You don’t have to use pastel pencils to do this painting I just found them useful for doing the smaller details since I was working in a 6×11″ size. If you are only going to be using traditional soft pastels I recommend pressing really lightly for the sketching and underpainting portion.

I also used Uart 400 Grit sanded paper in a 6×11 size but if you are just learning and wanting to figure out how to paint using soft pastels on sanded paper you can use regular sand paper between 260-800 grit.

Other supplies include rubbing alcohol, *Dr Ph Martins Bombay ink, Old paint brushes, and a rubber blender.

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If you have any questions or comments please leave them in the comments below.

-Lauren

 

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