Part cow. Part goat. It’s a coat.
That’s one of the reject goats in the upper left corner, laughing at how smug I feel regarding this sketch.
All of the previous were done from photos, with graphite (GraphGear 500, 0.9mm, probably 2B)
The following is one of my first sketches with the Stabilo CarbOthello crayon pencils. It has an interesting lens distortion effect on the nose, which is dismal but amusing. But the whole thing is okay. The crayon pencils are very different:
Coloured pencil. The face is one big confluence of drawing mistakes – a delta of artistic collapse. But the body and the chest are awesome. AWESOME.
Watercolour, after John Busby
The hand written note on the watercolour says “David Busby.” Idiot.
First watercolours I’ve done in decades – maybe ever.
Caran D’Ache Neocolour II
Some Progresso 9B and and some 2B
Only the barn owl is my original. All others are after John Busby, who is awesome.
Candy apple bird and friend:
O you virtuous owle, The wise Minerva’s only fowle. -Sir Philip Sidney.