Tiger by suzie nichols

Tiger

Tiger. Water based oils.
41cm x 51cm (16" x 20")
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12 comments
YOu did an excellent job on this tiger! I love the look and his pose! I tried Water oils and did not like them.
over 2 years ago
Thanks Anita :) Water based oils take a bit of getting used to.
over 2 years
Excellent.
over 2 years
Thanks Bev :)
over 2 years
Brilliant work. You have done a great job on this tiger. The colors are nice and his eyes are so dangerous and beautiful as well. Love it. Kind regards Anne Marie.
over 2 years
Thank you Anne Marie :)
over 2 years
never heard of oil water based oils...very nice tiger..love your brush work .....and color very good...
over 2 years
Thank you gary :)
over 2 years
Very rich colors. The fur is beautifully done!
over 2 years
Thanks :)
over 2 years
great detail and rich, true colour, very nice!!
over 2 years
Thank you Beryl :)
over 2 years
wonderful work with great details
over 2 years
Thanks :)
over 2 years
Beautiful work Suzie it looks almost textured, excellent work:))
over 2 years
Thanks Lynnie :)
over 2 years
stunning work. i have no idea how are you artists produce these fine hair lines. regards, laurence
over 2 years
Thanks Laurence- I use a brush with only a few hairs (I cut the rest off!).
over 2 years
Thank you Zuzie for sharing this tip on the brush tip. you definately have so much patience i am short off, lol. i salute you for your stunning work. stay blessed my PIL friend.
over 2 years
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for suzie nichols
I recently got back into drawing and painting when I retrained as a garden designer. I have attended classes in life drawing and water based oils as well as general drawing and painting classes. I draw and paint for relaxation and mainly for myself- my house is filling up with paintings I cannot bear to part with! I am open to occassionally taking commissions.
I want your opinion on this piece, I am not used to painting sunsets or landscapes.Do you think is it a balanced composition?
I like it,but,I would have edged the trees in front with an orange glow, Or maybe the tips of them, to bring some of that color into the front too. I don't... view answer
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