About the Drawing
This elephant was drawn first in pencil, then in Pilot V7 Precise black ink pen on Strathmore 11″ by 14″ bristol board.
How to draw a walrus, and learn about its characteristics.
Walruses are pinnipeds, a group of marine mammals.
The pinniped classification also includes seals and sea lions. The pinnipeds are fin-footed and are semi-aquatic (living both on land and in the sea). Seals, sea lions, and walruses are carnivores (meat-eaters), and share many physical characteristicsread more
How to draw a lion, and learn about its characteristics.
Lions are big cats.
Tigers, jaguars, and leopards are also big cats: feline carnivores that are especially large. They are all apex predators, meaning they are at the top of the food chain, and are therefore not prey for any other creature. The name African lion actually refers to several subspeciesread more
How to draw a squirrel monkey, and learn about its characteristics.
Squirrel monkeys are primates.
Primates are mammals that have relatively large brains, opposable thumbs, and keen color vision. Humans are also primates.
Squirrel monkeys are included in a group called New World monkeys because they live in Central and South America. Old World monkeysread more
How to draw a horse, and learn about its characteristics.
Horses have been domesticated by humans for over 5,000 years. Some populations have escaped their enclosures and returned to the wild, where they have lived feral and reproduced for generations. One horse species in Mongolia has always been wild.
A domestic horse lives about 25 years. It is estimatedread more