I love the evolution from original plans, paintings always take me in directions I didn’t expect. Sometimes panic strikes i.e “ this is not what I set out to do at all” or “omg I just ruined it”. Whatever happens and no matter how long it takes there’s always a painting and a whole lot of lessons learned in the end. This one isn’t quite done yet but I’m loving the exotic bohemian hippie vibe 🌻
213 hours ago
Stalking a rival.
Last one for a while. Off to New Zealand for a holiday. Back later in March. Bye for now!
It's been awhile since I have been able to start painting. I finally got some time to sit down to figure out what was next. This is either going to be a cougar or a panther, depending on how my colors work out at this point. I got a basic drawing of the cougar and will figure out along the way. Now to figure out my colors, so I can get started...:)
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These solitary, primarily nocturnal animals, are easily recognized by their full armor of scales. A startled pangolin will cover its head with its front legs, exposing its scales to any potential predator. If touched or grabbed it will roll up completely into a ball, while the sharp scales on the tail can be used to lash out.
Also called scaly anteaters because of their preferred diet, pangolins are increasingly victims of illegal wildlife crime—mainly in Asia and in growing amounts in Africa—for their meat and scales.
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