Napping Warthog, Original Painting
Series: Slumber Party
Medium: Gouache on paper, matted
This one is for everyone who said they wanted to see a fine-art warthog. There aren't enough of them in art!
I don't often paint outside, but I was outdoors at a park when I painted this one. The wind was kicking up something fierce, and I'm pretty sure that influenced my color choices.
Also. Dude. I LOVE WARTHOG HAIR.
Using a solid dark color with clean lines overlaid with translucent layers of flowing color is one of my favorite ways to paint animals that have stripes and/or spots. The resulting effect is a contemporary combination of art styles, graphic with painterly.
Dimensions of the art: 5x7 inches
Dimensions with mat: 8x10 inches
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