Cheetah Domain by Al Agnew - A male cheetah surveys his domain from the only vantage point for miles around.
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")
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© Al Agnew. Courtesy Of MHS Licensing
I have been doing a few paint by numbers now, and have to say I am impressed with the visability of the numbers. Mi have had some that have been very hard to see also no mixing of paints. I had more than enough paint once finished. The wife loves leopards and this has taken the main place on the wall as she loves it.
I bought 3 paintings at the same time this one , Majestic Tiger and a dragon one. Once shipping starts again I will be ordering more and would like to have a bespoke one too.
Just finished my first ever paint by numbers and Im really pleased with the outcome, I can't wait to get started on my next.
I have been working on this painting almost every day since it arrived - for the past two weeks. This was my first time working on a Masterpiece paint-by-number, but my second adult paint-by-number. This canvas was much bigger, making the picture easier to see (and paint). Also, it was nice that all the colors were provided - no mixing colors together to achieve the end product. There was plenty of paint left over in most of the pots, which makes me wonder if maybe I should go back and add another layer of paint in some of the larger areas. There was one thing I wanted to do, but was afraid to try: adding texture to the detail and blending . This painting looks good from a distance, but up close it is easy to see all the colors are discrete and unblended. Maybe you have an instructional video for "finishing touches"?