For this short tutorial, all you will need is a HB pencil, a sheet of paper and an eraser. This is a short tutorial and it may be more advanced than other lessons. If you have any questions, please let me know by commenting below or contact me directly and I will respond to as many as… Continue reading Free Drawing Tutorial – Galloping Horse
A collection of my cat portraits and art.
Here are some of my portraits and drawings of sighthounds and mixes from the past few years.
I absolutely loved Mia’s reference photograph, in addition to being well lit and clear, it really captured her expression and personality. Unless I am drawing a large or
When I try to catalogue my past dog portraits and artwork into some sort of order the most obvious place to start is with breeds, which means that mixed breeds tend to be overlooked.
I had planned to paint this jaguar in oils, but in the end I decided pastels would be best to capture the soft fur and wisps of hair. I wanted to be sure to capture the richness of such a beautifully coloured coat in warm jungle lighting, without compromising on detail. As this is the… Continue reading Jaguar
For Stanley’s portrait I worked from a fantastic reference photo taken by Gail Fogarty.
It’s always a treat to paint or draw a horse or pony. I grew up completely obsessed with them, and their grace, strength and beauty was what first inspired me to spend way too much time drawing animals throughout my life! Here are some of my past horse and pony paintings and drawings.
By far the most common breed of dog I paint or draw is the Hungarian Vizsla. Here are 40 pictures I have completed in the past four years featuring 57 vizslas!
Based on the French verb gicler which means “to squirt or spray”, giclée printing involves squirting microscopic dots of specialist archival pigment ink onto high quality fine art paper with exceptional accuracy.