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Zoo field studies in black & white

It was about time to upload something new from the Munich zoo..

Eurasian lynx, Bic pen

Greater Kudu, Bic pen

One more Greater Kudu study, Bic pen

A half finished study, one of the young male lions, Bic pen

A speedy study of one of the Male lions drinking , Bic pen

Nilgai antilope, head study, Bic pen

Nilgai antilope, body study, Faber -castell Pitt artist pen

One more Nilgai study, Faber -Castell Pitt artist pen

Indian rhino, Faber -Castell Pitt artist pen

A more detailed study of the Indian rhino, Faber -Castell Pitt artist pen

Takin, head study, Faber -Castell Pitt artist pen

Takin resting, Faber -Castell Pitt artist pen

Takin walking


Antonio Ojea Gallegos hat gesagt…
Unos bocetos estupendos amigo Paschalis.
Paschalis Dougalis hat gesagt…
Muchas Gracias Antonio!
marc calvo hat gesagt…
Buenos bocetos,Paschalis, se ben bien detallados.

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