Adding the Details – The Great Migration Painting

Well the latest update shows that quite a lot has been happening with the painting, the water is almost completed, as are most of the animals. I’m now at the stage where I am adding colour and shadow glazes to give the animals and the scenery much more shape and form. There is in fact some fairly thick paint, especially in the foreground water foam, but I don’t think you can see it in the photo. More updates soon as this major painting reaches the final stage.

Migration painting

Migration painting

Jason Morgan – Wildlife Artist

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About Jason Morgan - wildlife artist - Oils, pastel pencils and more
I am UK based professional wildlife artist with over 15 years experience in online teaching. I have one of the most popular wildlife art communities - https://www.patreon.com/wildlifeart with hundreds of members getting NEW full length painting and drawing videos each month. I also have a popular wildlife teaching site - packed with DVD discs and downloads - http://www.jasonmorgan.co.uk You can find me on Facebook here - https://www.facebook.com/jason.morgan.wildlife.art/ I specialise in pastel pencils and oil paints, but also work in charcoal, graphite and coloured pencils too.

6 Responses to Adding the Details – The Great Migration Painting

  1. Thomas says:

    This is a piece of art requiring enormous patience and a degree of skill that only few possess. I have been coming to your blog almost every other day to see the completion of this masterpiece, thanks for sharing…Thomas

  2. wildlifeart says:

    Thank you for your very kind words Thomas, hope to have a new update for you within the next 1-2 days.

    Jason

  3. Jorbidok says:

    interesting, i’ll be back later

  4. Thomas says:

    Jason : I have a suprise for you, pl. check out my latest post…

  5. Deborah says:

    This is just wonderful! What kind of support are you using?

  6. wildlifeart says:

    Thanks Thomas – appreciate it.

    Hi Deborah, I am painting on canvas which is taped to an MDF board just to make it solid.

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