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The Art of Painting Horses
The Art of Painting Horses
Andrea Gianchiglia
Use acrylic or oil paints to capture the grace, power and personality of horses in portrait. Learn how to paint these magnificent animals using simple techniques.
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Learn to paint a personality-filled portrait of your furry best friend with fun, simple steps using acrylics!
Pat Weaver
Pat Weaver
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Learn mixed media techniques to bring the beauty of wildlife to your canvas!
Sharlena Wood
Sharlena Wood
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Simplify the steps for drawing iconic animals. Depict wild animals with true-to-life proportions, dimension, textures and features.
Sharlena Wood
Sharlena Wood

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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