Day 24: Clouded leopard
Day 23: Leopard cat
Day 22: Cheetah
Day 12: Cougar / Puma
Day 11: Canadian lynx
Day 10: Bay cat
This is one of the strangest cats I’ve seen?
Day 9: Sand cat
Another spread from my sketchbook 🐆
Day 8: Leopard
Day 6: Bobcat
Day 5: Pallas’ cat
This cat is so cartoon-like, I had so much fun drawing it!
Day 4: Serval
Definitely one of my favourites!
Day 2: Jaguar
Trying out a challenge by wildquesadilla on instagram: febROARY!
Day 1: European Wild Cat
Jeremy T. Boot (b.1948) - Perched Magpies. Oil on board.
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Carl Brenders (b.1937) - East of the Sun - Chinese Leopard. 2002.
Lyn Cooke - Australian wildlife artist
Lyn grew up in Melbourne and has always shown enthusiasm for painting and drawing. Her tertiary education at the State College of Victoria and Monash University included major studies in Painting and Art Education. She has participated in workshops by renowned artists, as well as studying the work of painters such as Ray Harris-Ching, William Cooper and Peter Trussler. She draws from the rich heritage of wildlife art in Australia beginning with the natural history illustrations of John William Lewin and John and Elizabeth Gould.
If pulled out this incomplete demo and starting working on it as well. (Man, I have to many projects..) It was so fun as this pose is sooo cute!! Almost makes me want a pet frog of my own. They are such fun creatures though! This little guy doesn’t have to much more before he is completed! ;)
Sketchbook rendering of a Sea Cucumber for the Oregon Zoo. Watercolor and pencil. 6" x 6".
Sea cucumbers do not have a brain. Their senses are also poorly developed. They breathe via their anus. They are able to modulate the shape of their body when needed so they can pass through tight spaces. In other words, they could become great politicians.