• Animal Stories
  • Animal Stories
  • Animal Stories
  • Animal Stories
  • Animal Stories
  • Animal Stories

Animal Stories

Animals and their incredible complexity has always fascinated us. We have been interested in animal stories; their intelligence, skills and culture. Searching for their features, characteristics, survival skills, chasing exclusive species.

Animals as our favourite subject, intersects with the fields in our interest, art and science. As Goethe quoted that ‘You really do not see things until you draw it’.

Ink is a perfect way to draw detailed animals, no erasing, no undo, no redo has always been a challenge on paper. Each drawing process started with a couple of sketching, discovering the anatomy and capturing the details, adding feathers and light until to get the true and natural look for each. We hope you enjoy it as much as we have had creating it.

The original drawings are made on paper with ink, then each animal drawing posed on silk, and screen printed by hand on high quality fine art paper. For now, we have 6 animals and we made only 25 copies for each.

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Mule Deer are no aggressive, they rely on to their high alertness and natural camouflage. Extremely sensitive ears of Northwest America. Their antlers are bifurcated; in other words, they “fork” as they grow, rather than branching form a single main beam. 310 degree view plus night time vision. If something moves like a slight predator, Mule Deer can detect it from 600 m away.

Gray wolves, the largest and heaviest members. Having a complex language ranging from barks and whines to growls and howls, they are the most melodious species. They stand nose to nose and howl to assemble to pack and precede the hunt with group ceremonies. Meantime, they don’t howl at the moon.

Having coat of needle-like quills gives predators a razor sharp reminder that ‘this animal is no easy meal’. The quills typically lie flat until Porcupine is threatened, they start to defend by shaking their body and released the quills to say ‘don’t come near!’

In tropical forests of Africa, Gorillas live in groups called Troops. An individual Silverback Gorilla is the head of troop. Makes decisions, mediates conflicts, determines movements of the troop, takes responsibility for the safety. When the group attacked by human or leopard Silverback protects the troop even at the cost of his own life.

Live exclusively on the Kodiak Islands in Alaska. Kodiak Bear is the largest bear in the world. Bear live solitary in nature but the only Kodiak Bear occur in large groups. They have develop a complex language to express their feelings and minimize fighting. High level intelligent allowed individual bears to have personalities and unique ways of dealing situations.

Old World monkey from tropical rain forests. Wearing olive green and grey fur with yellow and black bands with a white belly. Mandrill may choose to be muscular or feminine. When Mandrills become excited their face get saturated and brightest one presents a larger palette, heads the group.

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