The wildlife and equine art of Crista Forest. A blog about painting animals including wildlife, horses, dogs, cats, and other domestic animals. Topics include oil painting, art prints, art licensing, art marketing, artist materials, and painting techniques.
Are deer and ducks their thing? I have lots of prints and products featuring whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, and mallard ducks that would make great holiday gifts for the outdoor sportsman or sportswoman you know.
Prints are available on Fine Art Archival paper, acrylic, metal, and canvas and can be purchased framed or unframed.
Check out the deer, elk, and moose prints gallery here.
See all the mallard duck print sizes and options here.
Lots more products featuring ducks and deer in my Zazzle Store. Here are a few examples of some of the cool gift ideas.
There's still time to order holiday gifts for the bird lover you know. Don't buy mass produced products at the big box stores. Give something unique. I have hundreds of products featuring bird art that you won't find anywhere else. Many of these products are customizable, too, so you can personalize them with the recipient's name, or write your own special message.
Hundreds of products to choose from for every kind of gift giving. From coffee mugs to cuff links, from wallets to watches, there's something for everyone. Here are just a few sample items available.
I actually finished this painting about a week ago with some recent health issues I wasn't feeling much like blogging. But I'm feeling better now, so I should be back to blogging more often.
So here's the completed painting.
This digital image is huge at 80"x80". The nice thing about digital painting vs real oil painting is that size doesn't matter as far as completion time. An 80"x80" physical canvas would take me months to fill. But on the computer screen an 80"x80" doesn't take any longer to complete than a 20"x20". This is a big advantage in that I can use this image on very large items, such as this shower curtain, and it will still look good. Even close up the image will be crisp and detailed.