Rilla’s Barn Owl (finished)

August 4, 2013 @ 7:07 am | Filed under: Nature Study, Rilla

IMG_2318

“I flipped the face,” she told me—changed its angle from the tutorial in the book, using a field guide photo to help her. I love the work she’s doing with texture and shading here, diving in and trying things out. The speckles on the breast, the little squares on the wing.


    Related Posts

  • “Soybean fields or canola fields or sunflower fields, they all have this systemic insecticide.”
    “Soybean fields or canola fields or sunflower fields, they all have this systemic insecticide.”
  • Rilla-My-Rilla
    Rilla-My-Rilla
  • Larvae, Crayfish, and Eggs: Oh My!
    Larvae, Crayfish, and Eggs: Oh My!
  • Fuzzy
    Fuzzy
  • The Definition of Shudder
    The Definition of Shudder

Comments

2 Responses | | Comments Feed

  1. I love it 🙂 Her drawings always express so well the character of the animal she has created.

  2. Oh! What a lovely owl…that is an owl I would like to know. And yes, the textures are so satisfying to look at.