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    Wildlife doodles

    Wildlife doodles

    Wildlife doodles

    Feedback anyone?
    ~Ailah Tess Larsson
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    Wow...this is cool! The horse at the bottom right is hilarious...more of this

    How did you draw the wolf? Imagination? Photo? Zoo? Pet?

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    It's a coyote actually.

    I have a wildlife center within a few miles, I go there and sketch when I don't have anything better to do. They don't have coyotes, but hey! They have wolves and if you increase the size of the ears, boom, you'll have a 'yote.
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    Wha...that's weird?

    You are drawing a coyote by looking at a wolf, just to tell me i am wrong by saying this is a wolf, because it's a coyote, though you used a wolf as reference...:p

    Avril Lavigne - Why are things so complicated...

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    *chuckles* Yeah, you're right. Sorry, my bad.

    So technically, by calling it a wolf, you're right. Though it's supposed to be a coyote, but who cares really?
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    :rofl: @ the whole wolf/coyote thing

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    :iws: Wow those look really good. I love that u use shading to make form instead of lines.

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    sweet stuff!
    im currently trying to draw horses, but i dont have access to such lifelike ref as you do. So alas.. have to do with photographs and stuff.

    very, VERY nice sketches. GJ!
    can't wait to see more.

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    Forgot to mention, those are very good!

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    The horse sketches are really nice ailah...You are lucky for having a wild life center near you...if i were you i go in to the wild life center and settle in there...so many animals to draw anyway...keep it up...
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