Ink and Pencil Animal Drawings.
Pencil drawings and fineliners, to increase the contrast and accentuate the detailing. Psdelux gives another instalment of his great art, to see more of it on DesignStack, check the link below this paragraph. Mostly animals we are used to seeing on a daily basis, in books or documentaries on TV, with a couple of noticeable exceptions: the dinosaur Triceratops and Anubis, who in Egyptian mythology, was the God of the dead. It is believed that because the African golden wolf, also known as the…
Tastes Like Glitter and Rock'n'roll
www.EVIDENCEJEWELRY.com Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. -Edgar Allan Poe
Unhealthy Interests (Part 4): Bats
OK, I have to admit that I like bats. (A fellow bat admirer and enthusiast) This is quite different from having an interest in chiropterology. Don’t get me wrong… I would totally love t…
How to Draw Animals: Bats
Traditionally at this time of the year, bats come into the spotlight. However, their media image is full of misconceptions and prejudice. They're seen as blood-thirsty vampires, or, at best, mean...
Bats have both a magnete and a sun compass
As any child could tell you, bats see with their ears. Björn Siemers from the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Seewiesen and Richard Holland from the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Radolfzell have demonstrated that they also take their orientation from the Earth’s magnetic field, calibrate their internal compass by the sunset – and may hold even more surprises in store for researchers.