A collection of art showcasing wild animals from all over the world.
Acrylic on wood
Yellowbelly Voiceless Treefrog. Charadrahyla altipotens. Main source: https://www.instagram.com/camilojulianc/
Étude chromatique colorée à l'aquarelle dans le cadre du cours de dessin à la deuxième session.
The final result of a color study exercise made in class. This piece got sold not long ago.
This panda wants to go fishing. 5"x7" ink and watercolor on Strathmore mixed media paper.
Drawing for my son’s idea and with some yin yang touch
I am so in love with Procreate. I love the smooth blending, the textures and how easy it is to work with. This fox is available on my INPRNT store.
An elephant walking alone
Really happy with this one.
Wanted to paint something soft - something my kids might like. What is more gentle and peaceful-looking than a sleeping koala? Check out the full timelapse painting here https://youtu.be/IxmUol8dsBs
My Illustrated giraffe used flora and fauna to create the patterns on the giraffe. Drawn with pen and ink, he was great fun to produce!
Realistic biro, hand drawn lion.
Giraffe in charcoal
Watercolor studies mouse bird
This is a raccoon I drew in pen and ink. I used Copic multiliners and then a Copic sketch marker for the background.
Made with acrilyc (brush and Posca pens)
A little watercolor painting I made of an elephant who wants to be friends.
part of series of doodle illustrations featuring common sayings in the UK
A geometrically stylized Doe and fawn illustration intended for the purposes of a greeting card. Materials used: Water soluble colored pencil, graphite pencil
We had our yearly meeting (via Skype this year, rather than in person) with our financial adviser. It was an hour spent drawing this giraffe during the call. She's referenced from an on-line photo.
Quick watercolor sketch of a koala bear.