For this pastel drawing I used the same paper as for the first drawing. However, I have drawn on the back side, because I had heard that if you do not like the surface on the front side, then you can simply use the back side. Yes, you can, but on the back side, the pigments do not adhere well. Because of this, I can not recommend the back side. I find it strange that some artists like it. But there are also artists who make an underpainting for pastel drawings in ink or watercolor etc. before they begin to draw with pastels. I have not used a reference image for this seascape. Doreen.

Materials:
– pastel paper by Canson from the series Mi-Teintes, 33 % cotton, 24 x 32 cm (9,4 x 12,6 in), honey comb surface, 160 g/m² (75 lb), Light Grey, backside
– pastels by JAXELL in Light Carmine, Deep Violet, Light Caput Mortuum, Light Royal Blue, Sky Blue, White, Light Naples Yellow, Light Grey, Ultramarine, Dark Ultramarine
– tape by Scotch from the series Removable
– Pitt pastel pencil by Faber-Castell in Light Grey
– pastel pencil in White by Koh-I-Noor Handtmuth „Gioconda“

Credits:
Video production – Doreen Gehrke
Music – Sunny Looks Good On You by Midnight North YouTube Audio Library

https://youtu.be/gdx585d7pUk

https://society6.com/doreengehrke/s?q=new