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Securing the Future

by southpaw/ inkstorm
(akron . ohio )

Not on my watch

Not on my watch


In this piece, i tried to show the ferocity of a would be mother American bald eagle protecting her nest and eggs from the ravenous hunger of a western serpents cunning abilities.

***Note from Kerry:
Wow, this is a terrific drawing, you have a style that I really admire.

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Florida Wildlife 1

by Ginger
(Clearwater, FL USA)

Heron Feeding

Heron Feeding

Still trying to overcome my fear of never having taken a drawing class and showing anything to all you really talented artists. I felt this turned out quite nicely. I do need to work on shading and feathering (and fur) like some of the others here. But high time I got my feet wet again.

Ginger

** Note from Kerry:
Ginger, I love this! All you need to do is give the impression of feathers and I think you've succeeded in doing that. Good job!

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For the Birds

by Sue Bledsoe
(Tennessee)

A bird in the bush

A bird in the bush

Cindy inspired me to try my hand at drawing a bird. It is harder than it looks. It may be a mockingbird (Tennessee's state bird) and I'm sure there probably should be some mocking.
I spent about an hour on it (it shows) while I was waiting for the pool to fill. A mockingbird was chasing my dog around because he was getting too close to the nest. It may have made a better cartoon.


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Note from Kerry:
Hi Sue
If you were close to me, I'd smack you for being so self-derogatory! You are being way too hard on yourself!
You see, I love this, I love your drawing style.
If you let your muse take over, your drawings will evolve naturally on paper. Your left brain is dictating what you want to see and that's making you feel dissatisfied with your creations. That's my take on it, anyway, I just can't work out why you don't like your own drawings.
(I hope I didn't upset you earlier with advice on portrait drawing? I certainly didn't mean to make you feel bad about your artwork, I think you are doing very well.)

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Magpie

by Grace
(Jondaryan, Queensland, Australia)

Maggie

Maggie

We had a magpie visit us each morning. It would wait for us to throw out our bacon rind and leftovers after breakfast each morning.

It would wait hiding behind the tree and peeking around the side to see if we had gone.

Now it brings along its baby to feed as well. I think they are so intelligent, I just had to attempt a sketch in charcoal.

I don't know how well this will appear as I just took a photo of my drawing.

**Note from Kerry:
The photo turned out really well, Gracie. I think your drawing is terrific, it's a perfect interpretation of the Aussie magpie.

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Red Kite

by David Horton
(Southport, Merseyside, England)

Red Kite

Red Kite

This drawing was my first project.

I had to do it for a college course that I took covering all mediums.

***Note from Kerry:
David, the detail and patience involved in this drawing is awe-inspiring!

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