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More zoo studies- 20.01.2014

Western lowland gorilla while eating, Bic pen

Peacock male study, Bic pen & Staedtler lumocolor

Peacock, Staedtler lumocolor

One more peacock study, Staedtler lumocolor

Rhinoceros iguana, Bic pen

Kommentare

Måns Sjöberg hat gesagt…
So nice to see a gorilla drawn this way. The gesture is far from the majestic monumentalism that this ape is usually depicted in.
Jeremy Pearse hat gesagt…
Love these studies - wonderful work!

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