How I draw wolves/canines by TheShadowedGrim on DeviantArt
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www.thomasvignaud.com/ Thank you for all these comments. This is not a false photography, the post production is, and only is, white balance for color, some spot healing and light adjustement. I can print it in 60 x 80 cm. www.flickr.com/photos/thomasvignaud/3056607338/ This Photo won the First Place and the price Our World Underwater Scholarship Society during the Underwater Festival 2008. www.flickr.com/photos/wistiti/2997176782/ www.flickr.com/photos/wistiti/2996334895/
Sea Turtle Drawing
After the hammerheads, I wanted to to take a break from scary for a bit. I felt guilty shirking the face your fears duty, so I asked some friends over on the Regretsy forums to vote for either the moray eel, starfish or sea turtle. They voted for the sea turtle, so here one swims. He's quite attractive, and while he might lop off a finger or two in that beak, he's more likely to just swim by. Bemused as only a creature with such a long life span can be.
See more at www.scottwoyak.com. This is one of two ostriches from the Philadelphia Zoo (the other being Ethel). The photo I used to create this drawing was expertly taken by moocatmoocat. This picture was tougher to draw than I expected. Lots of medium shades of gray that make it tough to make an image "pop"
Print, Pen and Ink Drawing Reproduction Black-capped Chickadee Print
This is a reproduction print of a pen-and-ink drawing of a Black-capped Chickadee. The print image is approximately 4" x 4 5/8." This print is on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of acid free, warm off-white paper.