Birds of Prey Part 2.


More on the series of birds of prey. This series was done in oil painting style and digitally. I’m always thankful that painting can be done digitally. It helps improve my work flow in a lot of ways. It’s faster, easier, less messy and most importantly corrections can be done with ease. I’m not saying that I do not like doing painting the traditional ways (I always enjoy doing art in the traditional ways), but at this point of time, it really helps a lot and I enjoy doing so:)

Digital Painting Illustration - Turkey Vulture

Digital Painting Illustration – Turkey Vulture

Digital Painting Illustration - Secretary Bird

Digital Painting Illustration – Secretary Bird

Digital Painting Illustration - Peregrine Falcon

Digital Painting Illustration – Peregrine Falcon

Digital Painting Illustration - Osprey

Digital Painting Illustration – Osprey

Digital Painting Illustration - Egyptian Vulture

Digital Painting Illustration – Egyptian Vulture

Digital Painting Illustration - Barn Owl

Digital Painting Illustration – Barn Owl

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3 thoughts on “Birds of Prey Part 2.

    • Hi John, Thanks for your kind works. I do not use any ipad art apps. Most of my works are done in photoshop or illustrator.

      Your site is really impressive. Love seeing all those wonderful wildlife photography of yours. Now I know where to look for references for doing wildlife illustrations in future:) Thanks in advance.

      I can’t seem to find the ‘follow’ button on your site. Would love to do so:)

      • Thanks for your prompt response. I hear that Brushes, ArtRage, and Procreate have great iPad apps for digital painting and drawing. The illustrator for the New Yorker Magazine and the UK’s preeminent artist, David Hockney, use Brushes. Not many tutorials on Youtube. I just need to put the time in.

        I just added a follow widget. I had missed the subscriber widget when I set the site up. Thanks for drawing my attention to it.

        John Williams

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