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Siberian Tiger "Jegor" portrait

Just finished, the portrait of "Jegor", the male Siberian tiger of Munich zoo based on video I took few months ago. An amazing animal! Experimenting with various fineliners & Pens on toned paper.
 Attached also,  a couple of images showing two stages of the drawing while it was created


Tina Boyle Art hat gesagt…

You have great skills and an excellent blog. I'm an American painter living in The Netherlands and just found your blogs from the top 25 wildlife artists list. Great to find you.
Paschalis Dougalis hat gesagt…
Thanks a lot!Welcome on board! I hope you will find a lot of interesting posts here..

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