Wildlife Art Reference Photos – Volume 2, Out Today!

Well as the title says I’m excited to announce that – Wildlife Art Reference Photos, Volume 2, is Out Today!
After the popularity of the 1st volume quite a few people asked me to put together a 2nd, so I di djust that 🙂

Here are just a few of the wildlife photos on the CD

AVAILABLE FROM MY TUTORIAL SITE
wildlife-reference-photos

Remember – MY Royalty Free Photos are FREE for you to use in your paintings and art projects etc.
There are enough photos on here to keep you painting for years.
And they work out at something like 17pence each!!!

Paint from them and sell your paintings with NO copyright worries!!!

photos I have taken myself over the years on trips to South Africa and also wildlife Reserves.

Here is a List of just some of the mammals on the CD –Elephant
Cheetah
Tiger
Lion
snow leopard
african leopard
Amur leopard
Wildebeest
Impala
Zebra
Hippo
Lemur
Giraffe
Rhino
Meercat
Bison
Kudu
Oryx
Nyala
Bongo
Baboon
Gorilla
Coati
Otter
Red Panda
Mongoose
Porcupine
Watusi Bull
Wild pig
gazelle
desert fox
Tapir
capabara

***PLUS ***Numerous birds including –
Crowned crane
Helmeted Guinea fowl
Eagle owl
Flamingo
Pelican
Cara cara
Parrot
Weaver birds
Vultures
Black swan
Wood duck
Mandarin duck
Red-legged seriema
Bald Eagle
Falcons
Snowy Owl
Ostrich
Penguin
Kookaburra

Plus at the moment you can buy volume 1 + 2 together and make a great saving

http://www.jasonmorgan.co.uk/free to use photos of animals

Shipping around the world is not a problem at all 🙂 but please get your Xmas orders in early

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Tiger painting – wildlife art update

Now my Wild dog painting is completed it’s time to get back to my Tiger painting.

Here you can see that I have blocked in a very simple blurred background, this should make the tiger really pop and give him a 3D appearance.

tiger painting

African Wild Dogs – Painting Finished (Painted Dogs) by Jason Morgan wildlife artist

Well as the title says my African Wild Dogs painting is now finished. I really enjoyed doing this oil painting as it had so many challenging elements in it such as the water, grasses and the Wild Dogs of course 🙂

I hope you think I managed to pull all that together and do these magnificent creatures justice.

You can see some step by steps of this painting on my wildlife art site
The painting is 26in x 11in and is oil on canvas as per usual.

african painted dog painting

Learn to paint wildlife – Jason Morgan Wildlife Artist