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Wolf Oil WIP by Peggy2011 Wolf Oil WIP by Peggy2011
After drawing this up last week and getting it organised to be painted and deciding what I was going to do it in I decided to use modeling paste which is the white section down the bottom "the snow" and oil paint. I mixed the black and blue for the darker parts and white with the blue to make a lighter blue then just swished the brush around to get the effect of fur and then used the end of my brush for the white fur details.

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amiwakawaiidesu Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012
It's exciting to see this close-up detail of the painting from an angle; if I could see the painting in person, I would want to get up close and view it like this too. The effect of the fur from a distance is neat too; although there are many nice paintings of wolves around, they don't always do as good a job as this at suggesting the thickness of fur.
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Peggy2011 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012
Thanks ^.^ I wanted to show the ridges from the end of the paintbrush I used to get the white into place and the difference in thickness between the oil paint and the molding paste that's in the foreground and background.
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