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Humboldt Penguins painting

Just finished this Humboldt penguins painting today. It’s painted with acrylic on stretched deep canvas of 12″ x 16″. The sides are painted too, so it is ready for hanging. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Penguins painting in progress – Wildlife Art

Here are progress pictures of the penguins painting I’ve been working on. It’s taking much longer than I anticipated, but I think it’s turning out quite well. I will have a final scan ready today and I will post it… Continue Reading →

Humboldt Penguins Wildlife Painting

I started working on this portrait this week. The work is developing from a series of photographs taken by me in the Dublin ZOO last June. They are such an inquisitive pair, very curious indeed. These penguins are Humboldt Penguins,… Continue Reading →

Gorilla wildlife art painting

I’ve finished the gorilla painting last week and here is the final result. The intense stare gives the gorilla a great expression.┬áThe painting is in acrylic on canvas, the size of canvas is 12″ x 16″ (30cm x 40cm). Up… Continue Reading →

Gorilla Wildlife Art in Progress

I added more detail to the gorilla’s face and eyes together with the background and some fur to the side. I am really enjoying this painting process. Wildlife is so precious, especially endangered species like the gorillas, such a majestic… Continue Reading →

Gorilla Wildlife Painting in Progress

The second step of gorilla wildlife painting. I applied a thin acrylic wash to create an underpainting. I wanted to be sure to mark in the shadows and highlights correctly. It has worked out quite well and I think it’s… Continue Reading →

Gorilla Wildlife Painting in Progress

This is my first wildlife painting – gorilla. I started it with a pencil sketch a while ago and didn’t return to it until today. It’s a fantastic pose for this monumental beast. He (I presume it is he) looks… Continue Reading →

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