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This was done a couple of weeks ago whilst streaming. I was trying to do clouds in a particular way but I kept getting the perspective wrong. I then decided to try and quickly sketch a turtle which led to … Continue reading
This was done a few hours ago. I was streaming some lazy sketching this afternoon and decided to try and sketch a photo I took of a silver gull a few years ago (here’s another photo of the same silver … Continue reading
This was done on Wednesday last week. It was drawn quickly. Maybe over ten minutes. Possibly fifteen. I planned on redoing this but ended up deciding not to as I’m content with how it appears now. I hope you enjoy.
Been a while since I’ve shared a photo involving one or more cockatoos. Here is a photo of one cockatoo. I’m fairly certain it was watching what I was doing, though perhaps not so much in this photo. Much more … Continue reading
This is a different version of this photo. When I was processing I went for a few different monochromatic versions. The previously-shared version and this one were the strongest produced. I didn’t want to share the two images together, mostly … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure the ibis was gliding when I took this photo. Not entirely sure, but pretty sure. Based on the leg position, it’s possible that the ibis was preparing to land, though as I don’t know much about birds … Continue reading
Just a photo of an ibis looking down. At least, it looks like it’s looking down. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest checking out Leanne’s photography, as well as checking out what other … Continue reading
A bit of a dark photo, but I’m fine with that as it draws more attention to the ibis’ shape than it does the details on it, though it is nice that you can see some of the feather positioning. … Continue reading
Just a photo of an ibis cleaning itself. I’m not sure as to why I didn’t share this sooner. It’s easy enough on the eyes and due to being a simple, pleasing shot. I like how part of the ibis’ … Continue reading