A big, woody vine is called a liana; this one wrapped around a tree to one side of the trail in the Amazon forest. I sat and drew it for a couple of hours, when a gray-winged trumpeter started curiously pecking my art gear (see video). Also note the large moth in the shadows, nearly invisible.
A big, woody vine is called a liana; this one wrapped around a tree to one side of the trail in the Amazon forest. You can watch me draw it in the video below. And see what happened when a gray-winged trumpeter curiously pecked my gear.
This sketch is from the owl page in The Field Guide to Birds of Trinidad and Tobago, which I painted. For "Moonchild" I turned her head to face her offspring.
This sketch is from the owl page in The Field Guide to Birds of Trinidad and Tobago, which I painted. For “Moonchild” I turned her head to face her offspring.

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