My Brachiosaurus reconstructions. The musculature is based heavily off of our extant friend the giraffe. I’ll finish this series off with the skin—I’ll hopefully start and finish it today and have it up here sometime next week. :)
Can’t really decide if it’s finished… T.A. said it looked best with the feeder as a flat shape so I left it alone. I also thought about putting some little decorative flourishes or plants like I’ve been doing with other artwork lately but then I worried it was a little overkill. So I don’t know! What do you think?
I think a lighter background might make the birds pop and bit more but I love your style and how they’re all easily recognizable.
Miya traveled to Puerto Rico where she floated 1000 resin and (non-toxic) phosphorescence-coated leaves in a small pond. During the day the phosphorescence collected and absorbed energy from sunlight, giving them a soft, blue glow at night.
Hidden away in a little lane in Sydney, is an art installation featuring a canopy of birdcages accompanied by recordings of native birds. It commemorates the birds that once lived in the area before they were displaced by the city.