Tiger Painting – latest update (wildlife art)

At this stage I have finished blocking in the very basic colours and form with acrylic paint – next comes the exciting part, brining this tiger to life with oils 🙂

Hope you are all enjoying this tutorial so far and staying tuned for more.



About Jason Morgan - wildlife artist
I am UK based professional wildlife artist specializing in big cat and large scale African wildlife paintings. Through my site "http://www.onlineartdemos.co.uk" I sell my limited edition prints and original paintings worldwide - I have had an online gallery now for over 12 years, I also have a Learn to paint wildlife teaching site - http://www.jasonmorgan.co.uk

9 Responses to Tiger Painting – latest update (wildlife art)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very powerful Jason! It’s looking great so far.

  2. mirandaasch says:

    This is looking awesome! I love the blue light on the left of the face!

  3. Peter Brown says:

    Looking good Jason! This will be another very useful tutorial.

    Other than the fact that the acrylics dry quickly, what is it about them that makes them preferable at this underpainting stage?

  4. Peter Brown says:

    Jason, I thought as much, but your comment “I wanted a good underpainting to work from – hence the acrylics” threw me and had me thinking there must be another advantage. I look forward to watching this one come to life.

  5. Caroline says:

    Why is acrylics used for the underpainting rather than oil? Just a bit confused.. and when underpainting is the acrylics applied with thin strokes or washes?

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