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Tips for Drawing Wild Animals

If you too want to find the wonders of being able to draw great wildlife pictures then these tips are for you. We get many urban wildlife photos from backyardwildlife.ca It would be best to draw from a picture. And in case it is possible to, have sketches as ‘assistance’ to pictures. Ensure they’re your
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Teach Your Child to Draw Animals

Drawing animals is really one of the very exciting things your kids can learn. Because they draw, they are able to understand a great deal. The first phases of the drawing will even allow you to know and see any talents your baby might have in the drawing area. However, I would recommend you to
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Tips on How to Draw a Raccoon

Nocturnal animals, raccoons are really a native of North and South America. Growing up-to approximately thirty-two inches long, an adult raccoon normally weighs between eleven and eighteen pounds. These animals are omnivores and use their sharp front paws and long fingers to hunt. Their diet comprises frogs, fish, bugs, birds, eggs, fruits, nuts, and grains.
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Fantasy Parasite Sculptures

It’s no secret that I love parasites. They are elegant and bizarre, and ubiquitous! Every living thing on the planet is host to it’s own unique medley of internal parasites. Is it not comforting to know that one is never alone? This series of miniature sculptures are my own take on what internal parasites might
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The Glastig – A New Mini!

Greetings! Today was the Word Under the Street portion of Vancouver Public Library’s Annual Literary festival: Word On the Street. Last year was my first, sharing a table with Cloudscape Comics. This year I decided to try and deck out an entire table. It was a great day full of great people. Unfortunately I didn’t
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Guest comic for Teach English in Japan

Greetings and hello! I’ve done a guest page for the (normally) semi-auto-bio webcomic ‘Teach English in Japan’, as the lovely & talented Jeff Ellis is enjoying some much deserved vacation time from his project. You can read the first of the two-pager on Jeff’s site today: http://www.teachenglishinjapan.ca/ I am also elbow-deep in a new minicomic called
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