Tag Archives: Birds

Drawing – The Majestic Groaning-Owl

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Drawing – Birdhouse

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Drawing – Bird in the hand

In hindsight, I might have crossed the line from cute morbid to gross morbid with this one. But hey, while you’re grossed out you might as well go donate to the Deworm the World Initiative or another one of GiveWell’s … Continue reading

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Drawing – Blightwarbler

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Drawing – Beach Burd

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Drawing – Pigeon

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Drawing – Jestermen

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Drawing – Talons

I guess what I’m saying is, don’t accept drinks from giant ominous bird-things.

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Drawing – Nurture

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Drawing – Bright Young Things

The 1920’s were kinda cool, but there was a serious lack of giant ominous bird-things.

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Drawing – Birth of Venus

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Drawing – Remains

Inspired by a certain piece of architecture in the brilliant old adventure game Grim Fandango. Nothing else to say about the picture. Click it to view it all biggified.

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Drawing – Avian

Just a bunch of bird hobos, inspired by various different things. Click the picture to view it properly sized.

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Drawing – Ballpoint

Ugh. The serene-ish, vague styles of Tove Jansson, Gaspard de la Nuit, etcetera is in my opinion far superior to the scratchy, fleshy style employed in this picture. However, I’m obviously much better at drawing in this style. Life sure … Continue reading

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Drawing – The Hedonist

This picture seems like an appropriate reason to name yet another of my aesthetical deities – Tove Jansson. Now, allow me a little rant. The books about the Moomins are absolutely wonderful! The characters are multilayered and nuanced, the use … Continue reading

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