If you read my blog regularly then you know I’ve been working on this Animal Line Art.
Today we will be looking at some other pieces I have done over the past week and I hope you do enjoy these work.
This is an otter kind of coffee and it is otterlicous! Haha. The other day I watched a video of cute otters and decided to draw something about otters. I like how playful and relaxed they are so I hope that this image does make you feel the same way, playful and relaxing.
These two Shiba Inu are my favourite Shiba in the world! They are actually pets of a family friend. She treats them just like her own kids and sometimes she puts them in cute outfits. Here they are wearing Yukata for summer. The left one is a girl called Tsuru and the right one is a boy called Hibiki. They are siblings and always keep each other company.
This piece was inspired by one of my favourite paintings, Pygmalion and Galatea, by the French artist Jean-Léon Gérôme. The painting itself is way more complicated and is about a Greek myth. If you haven’t seen the picture or don’t know about it, I strongly suggest you take a look at it. The idea of a statue looked almost like a real subject stems from that painting. Since I’m doing Animal Line Art my subject is naturally an animal. Legend has it that this cat is so meow that he turned into a meownument.
We all know how cute a Corgi is so it would be a shame if Corgis didn’t make it into my Animal Line Art series. I drew this Corgis and wanted to let him play with water. Since Corgis are known for their short legs, we better give them some help in the water. I love how this flamingo swimmiming ring turned out. I like its texture and the colours. But I still love the Corgis’ silly smile the best!
This picture was inspired by a real vintage photograph I found on the internet. I thought it would be very funny to recreate it but replace all the staff with dogs. I tried to rename the high school and made it sound authenic and old-school like. Therefore here we have a picture of the staff from Marry Canine High school. Do you have a favourite staff? Personally I really like Miss Peach and Mr. Cupcake. Though Mr.Beans is a tiny bulldog, I think he actually made a very serious and stringent principal.
This is the second part of the Animal Line Art Series. If you haven’t read the first part, please click here. Please leave a comment and let me know if you have any thoughts on these work. All your feedback is much appreciated and I love how every reader has their own favourite pieces.
Cheers. Till next time. 💓💓💓
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