Tiger Portrait, Painting the fur details

For those of you that have been following my Tiger painting I thought I had better post an update 😉

Here you can see that most of the details have now been added. All that is left to do is refine the whole painting with glazes etc – hope you like it so far.

tiger portrait

tiger fur details

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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.

9 Responses to Tiger Portrait, Painting the fur details

  1. LaRae says:

    Tigers are my favorite subject. Zoo here I come. Your cat is outstanding. Love seeing all your paintings.

  2. Dave kaufmann says:

    Jason ,

    Very inspiring ‘portrait’
    Thanks for sharing ,

    Dave K

  3. Anonymous says:

    Astonishing details…You know, I always wanted to learn how to paint fur and I learned that from you Jason..

    Really perfect piece of art, I am really happy with your updates..

    Best wishes

    Tareq

  4. Tareq Sha'ar says:

    Astonishing details…You know, I always wanted to learn how to paint fur and I learned that from you Jason…

    Your work is exceptional.. I will always keep my eye on your updates and new paintings..

    Take care

    Best wishes,

    Tareq

  5. Susan Berg says:

    I LOVE IT! I am in the process of oil painting a mountain lion in the bright mid-day sunshine. I’ve done most of the underpainting, but I haven’t done any of the fine hair details and I haven’t finished the face or the eyes. So far it looks pretty good and I’m afraid I’ll ruin it, so I haven’t touched it for months. I keep looking at it on my drying rack, but I have yet to get the confidence to continue on. Seeing how well you have captured the realistic hair, eyes and fine details in your tiger painting is very inspiring and will be helpful as I finish my mountain lion painting. Please share more step-by-step lessons like this as often as possible. Your lessons really do provide a great service and inspiration to aspiring artists like myself. Thanks! –Susan

  6. Thank you so much Jason for the pictures of your new paintings. Everytime I get despondent and think I cant paint anymore, whats the use, I just have a look at your website and am inspired all over again and cant wait to get to my easel. Your work is truly amazing. Wendy du Plessis, Cape Town, South Africa

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