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Sandhill Cranes-Original Pencil Sketch, Called, " Legs Up "

Those sweet sandhill cranes on November 1ST, were faced with incredible weather conditions, using around Thanksgiving Day, November 27, the sandhill cranes lift off for their wintering home in the south, due to very cold and heavy snows. 241 more words

Faith Of Our Fathers

Sandhill Cranes, 20" x 24" on Masonite, called, " A Joyful Morning "

For those of you who are great admirers of the sandhill cranes then this is the painting for you and your family. This was on October 29,2014 in Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, at sunrise with a storm trying to gain strength but it did not, it dissipated that morning and the sunshine was bright and beautiful. 120 more words

Faith Of Our Fathers

How to Align Eyes

The principle of aligning the eyes, a key feature in any animal, and one that can be applied not just to human portraits, but to all animals. 113 more words

Wildlife Art

Wildlife Painting

In a departure from my usual medium of pastel, I’ve recently completed this portrait of a kudu in the South African Bush, in oil on canvas. 13 more words

Moose: Another Christmas Painting

In my last post, I mentioned that my other good friend wanted a painting of a moose. Why? Because her house is literally FILLED with moose things: moose towels, cups, figurines, coasters, etc., she is just nuts about them. 198 more words

Oil Painting

Last Fawn of 2014

Last fawn of 2014, pastel on Canson Mi-tients paper

I’ve had non stop migraines for weeks and can’t do anything. I started this but a migraine started and it had to wait for 2 days to finish. 315 more words

How to Paint Animals (Part 2)

1. After all the dark tone is applied, lightly apply the different colours of the fir. Burr the edges of light and dark tone.

2. At the edges of a tonal area the fir effect is applied with a thin brush. 232 more words

Wildlife Art