I have finished work on the wildlife painting of a sumatran tiger. I worked on it most of this week and it is now scanned. The painting is 12 x 10 inches in size / 30 x 25 cm. It was such an enjoyable painting process, lots of layering was involved as usual and with this one I really used a lot of colours to achieve the final result. I hope you like it.
The original painting is now available for sale on Ebay and you can view the auction by clicking here. Art prints of this painting will be available on this website soon.
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 later.
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, their natural habitat being the shores of Chile and Argentina. So they are not used to the snow at all. I’m placing them in their natural habitat on the shores showing the red rocks of South America. I felt they will look more at home than in the ZOO surroundings, although they did look very happy there too. Below is a step 1 of the painting process. I am hoping to have it finished by the end of this week. The painting is 12 x 16 inches in size and I am using acrylics.
I’ve finished the gorilla painting last week and here is the final result. The intense stare gives the gorilla a great expression. The painting is in acrylic on canvas, the size of canvas is 12″ x 16″ (30cm x 40cm). Up next is more card designs and another wildlife.