acrylic practice on canvas paper.
Painting mini things while waiting for other things to dry.
I believe there may be a better way to get children excited about animals
Charcoal and pastels
This is a raccoon I drew in pen and ink. I used Copic multiliners and then a Copic sketch marker for the background.
Saw these furry babies in the yard today.
My submission for the Noso Patches stay-at-home patch challenge.
Il s'agit d'une fresque faite avec des animaux que j'ai rencontré durant mes stages de soigneur animalier Gris du Gabon, Cerf Sika, Renard roux et Raton laveur. Cela m'a pris un mois, j'en suis si fière.
This is a fresco made with animals that I met during my training courses as animal caretaker Gabon Grey, Sika Deer, Red Fox and Raccoon. It take me a month, i'm so proud of it.
Illustrated with Ink and Ink-Pens on Paper.
Copyright by Carolina Matthes
doodle from imagination
Metal pick on scratch paper
Raccoon like a sir
A lovely trash panda angel holding a dove and smiling.
why are you even considering following her?there are so many red flags in this photo! inspired by little red riding hood.
It's a Raccoon Dog! Did you know these exist? In Japan they call them Tanuki. I've always liked raccoons so I really enjoyed finding out about the Raccoon Dogs years ago (Even though they actually aren't related to Raccoons). It would be so cool to have one. ^_^ Thank you Lord for all the Raccoon Dogs! :P