Animal Wildlife Studies
Animal Wildlife drawings
Studying the anatomy of wildlife to better understand the underlying muscle and bone structures at work. Doing this vastly improves one’s ability to capture the likeness and essence of the animals.
Ink brush, water brush, Wolff’s Carbon B, Pilot Fineliner
Tracking the subtle movements in the animal as they moved proved to be a more complex when capturing likeness from drawing to drawing. Taking the knowledge gained during anatomy studies one can decipher the changes in muscle and bone movements from pose to pose.