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- this may or may not be a hint to what colour i'm dying my hair lol,,, i've had some indecision but i've been thinking about it since may so there
#art #animalart #wolf #anthroart #purplehair
- Borb doodles for my love 🐣
Sorry for the inactivity! I've had an overwhelming amount of good and bad things going on in my personal life which has made me retreat further into my shell. (Gotta stick with the bird theme.)
I'm working on a lovely commission currently, though, so be looking forward to that within the next week!
- Emmeline asked me to include her daughter Ruby, the family’s animals and a little calf they sponsor in the portrait to show how they are all equally loved and valued 🧡🐔 If you wouldn’t harm the child and the cats, why would you harm and consume the flesh of the chicken and calf. All the things to love about making this imagery. More farm animals in portraits please 🌱
Message me for custom portraits 👩🏻🎨💌📮
- #VanGogh of the Day: Kingfisher by the Waterside, July-August 1887. Oil on canvas, 26.6 x 19.1 cm. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
- We’ve scheduled a new painting for ya’ll at an upcoming event in Riverside!
🎨Paint & Sip🍷
Sun. August 11th- 2:00PM
- My seventeenth entry for the @pip_abraham’s #draw30animals challenge, for the prompt “prey”. ....................................................................................
This time is the Moss Litelmörd (Gryllovenator bryonus), a species of predatory cricket, descendant from several individuals of South American crickets that managed to get to the newly ice free anctartica and, since there weren’t any insect predators like mantises, crickets got that niche and began to diversify all across the continent. This species hunts in moss covered zones near rivers and other bodies of water, where it stays camouflaged until an unsuspecting prey passes by and jumps to grab it with its spine covered front limbs, and then it shreds and crashes the exoskeleton of its prey using its huge strong mandibles. It possesses, as all the members of the family, defensive spines all over its body to avoid being eaten by predators like birds or small mammy if detected by them. This crickets have a pretty special way of caring for their young compared to other cricket species. After the female have mated with one or various males, she digs a burrow under moss or dirt to protect the eggs, around 5, and puts a large insect or several small ones in order for the first egg or eggs to hatch have food to grow, including their non hatched siblings, which provide a lot of nutrients and allow the survivors to grow rapidly and start to hunt right after leaving the burrow.
Hope you like it!!🤗🤗
#insect #arthropod #evolution #speculativeevolution #futureevolution #dougaldixon #prayingmantis #cricket #grasshopper #locust #phasmida #leafinsect #antarctica #southamerica #tundra #siberia #parasiticwasp #neoceneproject #neozoicproject #speculativebiology #biology #art #traditionalart #animalart #illustration
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