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If you think these are photographs you are wrong – Realistic animal paintings

The artistic techniques of Hyper-realism are amazingly life-like and an unbelievable but true recreation of a photograph. The proficiency in the art of Painting is probably incomplete without exhibiting this great skill.

One such professional of real art is Collin Bogle son of renowned American artist Lee Bogle. Like many of his contemporaries, Collin’s artistry is inspired by the beauty of the nature and animals being the main character in focus.

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One of the keys to success in Hyper-realistic painting is accurate color combination.

The painting below of a Wolf in snow is a good example of the complicated textures and tremendous concentration that is required to bring an image that’s as stunning as real.

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Collin’s favorite nature themes are Wildlife, Birds, Big cats, Bears, Wolvesm Flowers like Iris and Calla Lilies, Roses to name a few.

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As Collin says, the light and shadows plays major role in these pictures. It will give him the ground to play with his skills of painting. The below picture is the best example of this. The shades of lights are so realistic.

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Collins amazing paint posters are available in 20×16 sized paper-print. Collin says he enjoys painting an animal with great details like fine hair and gazing eyes. He wants the viewer to see things that he may not be able see in the wilds.

Collins wants to be remembered by his work that can inspire positively and get appreciated for generations to come. These unbelievable collections of painting can confuse anybody for photographs but that is the effect only a great artwork can bring.

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