Crossing Guard by Al Agnew - An elephant herd cooling off and getting a drink at the watering hole.
Now you can paint this wonderful painting with this amazing paint by numbers kit from our Animal Kingdom Collection.
Each Masterpiece By Numbers kit is produced with care and attention to produce a painting as close to the original artwork as possible.
The peace and serenity of painting is time well spent in our hectic world. The joy of painting this expertly detailed canvas will only be matched by the beautiful painting you will create.
Includes Everything You Need To Complete Your Painting:
- High quality linen canvas - you can start painting straight from the box.
- Set of paintbrushes - custom made for our paint by numbers kits.
- Individual paint pots - for every colour in the painting so you don't need to mix any colours.
Canvas Size: 40 x 50cm (16 x 20 inches)
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© Al Agnew. Courtesy Of MHS Licensing
Just finished after a month just the job for wet and windy days, quick delivery, no nixing of colours just great and really pleased with the out come, will be ordering more very soon
This painting looks amazing. This is the 4th masterpiece by numbers animal collection I have done. 2 more to go. Great quality canvas and paints as always
Best paint-by-numbers kit I've ever done. Quality is superb, from the quality canvas, paints and detail. The paints matches the photo. Excellent detail. I’ve ordered several more and can’t wait do them. The light paints don’t cover the numbers in one coat but I didn’t expect them to. This is the progress of the orphan elephant. It’s very relaxing and rewarding. I am a forever customer.
Paint-by-numbers sounds like an easy way to pass the time, but it's more challenging than you might think. That can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your personal preferences. In this particular case, some of the spaces were missing their numbers, so I had to look closely at the enclosed picture to guess which color to use. That wasn't easy, either, because the paint colors don't match those in the picture exactly. Some of the paints didn't cover the numbers very well. Maybe the numbers could be a lighter shade, so they don't show through the paint? But then again, the numbers are so small, I already had trouble seeing them clearly -- even with my reading glasses and a magnifying lens -- so making them lighter might make them even less visible. But my eyes are old and get tired easily, so take that for what it's worth. Overall, I DO recommend this and plan to do at least two more paintings. This activity gave me several hours of enjoyment and a way to stimulate my brain in a way different from doing crossword puzzles. Can you tell I'm retired? :-)
I thoroughly enjoyed doing the painting. The composition is stunning and the degree of difficulty demanding but very rewarding. My only gripe is that some areas had to be painted 3 or 4 times to ensure that the lines and numbers were hidden. This is my 4th painting and this is the first time I have encountered this problem. Thankfully I had just enough paint to rectify the problem. I will do my final check tomorrow and frame on Sunday. Once the frustration of all this overpainting is done, I am still pleased and proud of my work