Inside, you'll learn how to create realistic wildlife paintings, step by step, mastering dozens of specific wildlife textures, including:
Fur of a bobcat, American bison, snow leopard cub and wolf
Feathers of a wood duck, white-throated sparrow and northern shoveler
Scales of a trout and sunfish
Ears of a cottontail rabbit, white-tailed deer and red fox
Bills and Muzzles of a northern cardinal, mallard, great blue heron and mountain lion
Tails and Feet of a red squirrel, ruffled grouse and blue jay
Antlers and Horns of a deer, moose, bighorn sheep and pronghorn
White and Black Subjects such as a polar bear, tundra swan and Canada goose
Through, you'll benefit from Rod Lawrence's years of wildlife painting experience. He'll help you notice, for example, the way hair and feature textures change on different parts of an animal's body through the seasons - and even according to the age of the animal.
Use this heightened awareness, along with the easy-to-follow, step-by-step demonstrations inside, to create more realistic, more sensitive wildlife paintings.
He is an active instructor for artists' workshops. His web site is www.rodlawrence.com.