This week I decided to take a step back and decide all the different animals I’m going to add to the book under the “skin” category. There are going to be four categories of animal for each color: hair, feathers, scales, and skin. Skin is the catch all for things that don’t fall into theContinue reading “January 20, 2023 update”
Today I went on a bit of a rabbit trail. I started out looking for red amphibians and discovered a strange creature known as a Caecilian, which isn’t red but piqued my interest anyway based on how strange it was. It was as if God couldn’t decide whether to make a new snake or aContinue reading “June 27 update”
I have decided to also include transparent animals as a part of the book. I have yet to figure out what I can do for furred or feathered clear creatures, but even if there aren’t any I can just do some more of the other types of clear animals to fill the page. This firstContinue reading “June 20 update!”
This next animal is the Indian Giant Squirrel! Purple furred animals fascinate me. I knew that the okapi, my favorite animal, was purple so I wondered if there were any others. And sure enough I found out about this squirrel! I just had to draw this beautiful creature! went through several poses so I couldContinue reading “May 30th update”
As the heat has picked up so has work, so I haven’t gotten the chance to work on this project for awhile. I’ve finally gotten the chance to do a little bit more on the project, so here’s what’s next. For the red bird I chose the cardinal. I’m partial to this bird because itContinue reading “May 17 Update”
The next animal in this book is the paradise rifflebird! I chose this for the black colored bird because it is the one of the darkest black birds there is! It’s feathers are a shade of black known as Vantablack. The superb birds-of-paradise technically have more vantablack on them, but they are so weird lookingContinue reading “April 11 Book Update”
I decided to get some of the more difficult animals out of the way first, So I set out to find a blue mammal. I found nothing with blue fur, however two species of monkey have blue on their faces: mandrills and golden snub-nosed monkeys. The golden snub-nosed monkey has an extremely blue face inContinue reading “April 4 Book Update”
Let’s draw a baby cassowary!
Let’s draw a Bombardier Beetle together!