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Macaw Tutorial

Materials 


Dark Grey Pastelmat (Paper or Board) - 10x12""
Blending Stumps
Swordfish Manual Sharpener
Glassine Paper
Tracing Paper (If tracing outline)

Listed below are the pencil I used, please note is not essential to have every single one of these pencils. As long as you have a wide range of colours or own a full set of any of these brands then you should be able to complete the tutorial. There are a few colours however that I would strongly recommend using to achieve the vibrancy and correct tones (particularly the blues), these colours are marked with a *

Faber-Castell Pitt Pastels
101 - White
106 - Light Chrome Yellow
113 - Orange Glaze
132 - Light Flesh
157 - Dark Indigo
170 - May Green
175 - Dark Sepia
181 - Paynes Grey
199 - Black
230 - Cold Grey I
270 - Warm Grey I
273 - Warm Grey IV
280 - Burnt Umber
283 - Burnt Sienna

Stabilo Carbothello
*305 - Vermillion Red
365 - Light Violet
*400 - Parisian Blue
*405 - Ultramarine Blue
*425 - Cobalt Blue
*440 - Sky Blue
575 - Leaf Green
585 - Olive Green

Derwent
040 - Deep Cadmium
080 - Marigold
100 - Spectrum Orange
150 - Pale Peach
230 - Soft Violet
240 - Violet Oxide
280 - Dioxazine Purple
340 - Cyan
370 - Pale Spectrum Blue
430 - Pea Green
440 - Mid Green
470 - Fresh Green
480 - May Green
490 - Pale Olive
520 - Dark Olive

Caran D'ache
746 - Dark Flesh 10%

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