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Snow leopard studies

When  time and weather conditions doesn`t allow to go outdoors to sketch, I`m browsing through  video footage hoping to find an interesting posture or scene...The videos offer moving images which are mostly  not sharp enough but this is the challenge for an artist, to try to understand form and anatomy and "transfer " it in to a clear and attractive picture..

The female snow leopard streching
The male snow leopard cleaning himself

Kommentare

marc calvo hat gesagt…
Impressive "Irbis" sketches Paschalis,salutations from Catalonia.
Paschalis hat gesagt…
Thanks a lot Marc, greetings back from Munich!
ojeailustraciones hat gesagt…
... más bocetos por favor.
Enhorabuena, excelente trabajo Paschalis.
Abrazos
Potri
Francisco J. Hernández hat gesagt…
Incredible works Paschalis ... !!!

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