From the current exhibition about dogs and humans in art in Bavarian national museum. A miniature portrait by the Austrian artist Waldmüller showing his son with his dog dated in 1836. .And he pug dog of Count Brühl from Saxony created in porcelain in 1743.It was pretty difficult to work in the Museum because of the low light.
..The Thylacine is a legendary species which lived in Australia and Tasmania and seems that is already extinct, since there is no credible evidence that the animal still exist for decades now. Attached, my efforts to depict the animal, starting with the initial pencil drawing , and showing the process step by step to the finished pen drawing. Eventually , I noticed several mistakes on his anatomy, decided to revise the image, started a couple of watercolours, and managed to complete at least one . Forgot to mention that videos taken in Hobart zoo( Tasmania) in the 30`s of last century have been a great help while creating my image.