How to Paint Realistic Wildlife | Acrylic Painting
Painting wildlife can be difficult for many reasons. Getting the right sketch put together prior to painting it and transferring it to the canvas is important.
In this video I show you how to paint the whitetail deer in this painting. I show you how to draw the deer and where the reference material came from. I then show you how to transfer a drawing to a painting and then paint the wildlife subject in full detail!
PART 1 of this painting: https://youtu.be/JO1442DIH2Q
PART 2 of this painting: https://youtu.be/Y_kMz20l4lA
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Golden fluid acrylics – raw umber, titamium white, napthol crimson, cad orange, cad yellow, phathlo blue (green shade)
Water for mixing with the paints
Various brushes I showed throughout the video