Owl by Rilla

December 4, 2012 @ 3:04 pm | Filed under: Art, Rilla

Rilla made a book of drawings this morning, several pages stapled together. “Chibi and Non-Chibi Drawings,” she wrote on the front, explaining that the chibi ones were traced from her favorite drawing book, and the non-chibi ones, like the little fellow above, were not traced, “just drawn regular.”

The little ruffly breast-feathers just melt me.

 


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  1. i wuv it too

  2. It’s the little crossed legs that do it for me.

  3. That’s exactly how I saw it at first—cute crossed legs—but then I realized they aren’t legs—it’s a branch! But every time I glance at it, for a second I see the owl dancing a jig.