American Pika (Ochotona princeps)
The American pika is a small member of the rabbit family that inhabits alpine regions of south-western Canada and the western U.S. The soles of their feet are densely furred, except for small black pads at the end of their toes.
Hooded crow skeleton. Bit obsessed with crows at the moment. Probably not 100% accurate but it does the job.
Drawing (from photo reference) of a superficial dissection of the right shoulder and neck, anterior aspect, illustrating major muscles, nerves, and vessels. The venous plexus above the clavicle is abnormal. Not a terribly refined drawing but mostly I’m just trying to ensure i know my anatomy backwards before I start sticking electrodes in people.
I’m loving this guy too much to not share. Still a personal piece, no contract yet. Once it’s finished (or when the whole project is completed) I’ll be putting up legit, cleaned up scans, so it won’t look so muddy. But since it’s just a work in progress, I’m okay with pixelation.
Happy Friday and have a Happy New Year!
Guess who got a new scanner?
Now with this I´ll try to post all my anatomy studies (once I learn how it works), for now, here is part of my hand studies.