June 27, 2009 3 Comments
Here’s the latest update of the Lion painting, almost all o fthe blocking in is now completed, fine tuning and details come next 🙂 Remember you can see more updates etc on my site wildlife art gallery
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June 23, 2009 Leave a comment
More basic blocking in of the body – now you can really get a feeling for the bright light coming across the body. Next I will start to work on the remaining unpainted areas of the body, which will show another change in the light – hope your all enjoying it so far 🙂
June 13, 2009 1 Comment
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June 13, 2009 5 Comments
I’ve just started to paint this magnificent African lion. The photo below shows the very 1st stage – drawing the Lion on the canvas. I also toned the canvas with Burnt Sienna, just to eliminate the stark whiteness.
I always like to have company when I paint, so more often than not, I block in the eyes 1st. Here I have also continued with the face a little, just blocking in very basic tones.
Hope you like him so far 😉
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