P67 – Drawing Animals: Grabbing The Chance (Part 2)

I checked the course information about the animal drawings and could not find anything that said they had to be alive so I had a day out at Manchester Museum.

OCA18A

Stuffed Bengal tiger in 6B pencil

OCA19A

Dall’s Sheep in ink using fine liner pen

OCA-IMG_8583Unlike the two stuffed animals, this monitor lizard was alive, but remained motionless throughout the time I was drawing it (in ink). Very co-operative!

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4 Responses to P67 – Drawing Animals: Grabbing The Chance (Part 2)

  1. Pingback: P58 – Still Life In Tone | The Milkman Goes To College

  2. Arlene Sharp says:

    I like your varied mark making – it’s definitely brought ‘life’ to the stuffed animals!

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