Draw a Jack Russell using Pastel Pencils

Learn to use Pastel Pencil Techniques to Draw Pet Portraits. No Free Hand Drawing Required. Ideal for absolute beginners
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Draw a Jack Russell using Pastel Pencils
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (80 ratings)
7,349 students
Use Pastel Pencil Techniques to draw a Jack Russell
Apply the light to dark rule when layering pastel tones
Be able to apply the techniques to their own pictures and Pet Portraits


  • Selection of Pastel Pencils (Faber-Castell is what Colin uses and refers to)
  • Pastel Paper - Colin uses Sand Coloured Ingres Fabriano Paper A4 (the raised tooth side of the paper)
  • Eraser


In my 30+ Years of Teaching Experience I have found that Pastel Pencils is the by far the easiest art medium to pick up and learn.

In this course you will learn how to use a small range of pastel pencils to create a stunning picture of a Jack Russell. It is designed for all levels including absolute beginners.

We provide you with an outline drawing so that you do not have to draw free hand. Trace this through to your paper or print it straight out using your printer.

Colin walks you through step by step with Video instruction how to draw each stage. You'll learn techniques behind drawing dogs and create a piece of art you can be proud of.

We have broken the course down into bitesize chunks that you can follow and return to with ease.

If you love drawing and want to discover easy techniques to create stunning art that you can transfer to your own pictures then this course is for you.

Who this course is for:

  • Absolute Beginner Artists
  • Students with some drawing experience wishing to use pastels
  • Experienced artists that wish to learn Colin's self taught pastel pencil techniques in their own work

Course content

3 sections • 7 lectures • 1h 31m total length
  • Introduction


Pastel Pencil Artist and Teacher
Colin Bradley Art
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Colin Bradley became a professional artist in 1982 and opened his gallery in Broadstairs the same year. With 35+ years experience, 20,000 subscribers on YouTube and over 3 million views, his teaching has inspired people all around the world. Over the years, Colin has developed a range of unique techniques which you won’t find anywhere else.