Here’s my final for Wildlife Illustration, painted from a photo I took in the Skagit Valley—three tundra swans. Watercolor and LOTS of colored pencil.
Illustration of the giant vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus giganteus. These guys do not have venom glands, but they do have glands near the rear of their abdomen that can spray an acetic acid solution if they are bothered.
Found a new favourite artist: Hermann Dittrich.
This stuff is amazing…
The bones and ligaments of the dorsal (left) and plantar (right) surfaces of the foot.
By Nicolas Henri Jacob from ‘Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme’ by Marc Jean Bourgery, 1831.
Prepona Demophon. Banded King Shoemaker Butterfly. Done in watercolor.