July 8, 2008

Indian residents






Indian gaur plus rhinos with dorsal neck plates

28 comments:

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Beautiful work!

David said...

Beautiful- I love how you take an in depth knowledge of an animal, and push and pull its shape to make great designs. Inspiring stuff.

Raghu G said...

fantastic sketch !!!

Ryan said...

Ah! The Mighty Gaur! These are great!

hadi tabasi said...

i enjoyed your new works very much and i like to see more new works of you

Kei Acedera said...

Very Cool lines and designs!!!

RAWLS said...

Andrewww! Great stuff dude! Love the little muscle sketch on the first page...but man, I dig those rhinos!!! Awesome.

EL GRANDE said...

Amazing line work brother! These are some very stylish animals.

Peace,
Joe y Elio

gamusino Javi said...

wonderfull animal sketches!!!
The lion is amazing, i have seen a lot of lions drawins but yours is very original way to make it.

Hoony said...

amazing work!

andre medina said...

these are awesome! love drawing animals too!!!

elephantmarchblog said...

purty,

Tim Bye said...

Great stuff!

Bianca said...

amazing!

Carol Cruz said...

That is SO COOL!

andre medina said...

once again freakin awesome!!

Katy Hargrove said...

The big ears on the rhinos are killin' me! So cute!

Emma said...

Great shapes and exaggeration (as always). D'you ever do monsters?

Alina Chau said...

beautiful works!

martin wittig said...

Really great!!!:)

Pietro Antognioni said...

you are the best.
Congratz.

Matt J said...

It's not easy to find a new way of drawing rhinos but u did it!

Kasey said...

Your artwork is such an inspiration for me; and these sketches are no exception. Thank you for sharing your wonderful work with us, I look forward eagerly to all of your posts. :)

Erik D. Martin said...

freakin sweet drawings man

abhishek singh said...

these r amazin studies ..
u realy hav an incredible understanding of forms n shapes ....thanks for sharin these
:)
look forward for more :)

Makism said...

Hello, I visited your blog for the first time, and I have to say I'm very impressed by your work. I begin drawing animals, and when I see your stuff, I know it's a long long way to success. Sorry for my english, I'm french...

David Wolter said...

wow man!

Keelamari said...

Those rhinos are intense.