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Downloadable Painting Pattern - Introduction to Painting A Wildlife Subject - Red Tailed Fox by Donna Richards

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Downloadable Painting Pattern

Acrylic E-Packet - Introduction to Painting A Wildlife Subject - Red Tailed Fox by Donna Richards

In this lesson, students are introduced to painting a small animal with fur. The composition is of a wild fox roaming a country field. Students learn how to paint a simple landscape that includes a fox in a natural setting. The goal of the lesson is placed on creating lost and found edges, painting the animals form and face, as well as creating the elements found in his environment. This lesson is great for the novice painter who wishes to try their hand at painting a small animal. 


Blue Grey

Burnt Umber – PBr 7

Burnt Sienna – PBr 7

Carbon Black – PBk 7

Dark Grey Value 6

Light Grey Value 8

Medium White

Medium Beige

Naphthol Red Light - PR9

Phthalo Blue – PB15:3

Pine Green

Quinacridone Gold –PO48

Raw Sienna – PBr7

Raw Umber – PBr7

Titanium White – PW6

Hansa Yellow – PY74

Yellow Deep

Yellow Oxide – PY43



Glazing Medium DATM01

Extender & Blending Medium DATM02

Multi-Surface Sealer DATM03

Satin Varnish DATM04

Faux Finish Medium DATM05

Texture medium (any brand) 


Round #4 – TB

Chisel Blender #4 – TB

Script Liner #0 – TB

Short Liner #3/0 – TB

Short Liner #1 – TB17

Short Liner #2 – TB18

Angular 3/8” – TB21

Filbert #4 – TB23

Filbert #8 – TB

Dome blender #4 – TAB

Filbert Rake – 3/8”                                                                                       

Small mini-mop

Old flared flat  (old scrubbly brush for stippling) or Filbert – #4 


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    Posted by nuala wainwright on 6th Jul 2013

    I am delighted with this e-downloadable tutorial, it is excellent! I appreciate the very detailed instructions given by the artist on how-to paint each little section. Nuala in Ireland