Feb 23, 2007

Animals



Animals are good to draw when they are stuffed. They don't move around too much. Otherwise it would be hard to draw a large deer. Another good way to draw animals is to draw them from a photo. I did that on the dog. The other I drew at Danny's apartment, all I added was my imagination.

10 comments:

Nan said...

And a fine bit of imagination that is. What is that creature? A ninety-nine point, Swiss Army buck? Love it.

Ana Banana said...

haha...Tommy, almost missed the fork and knife! you are a card! love the expression on the deer, too. Very cute charicature of the pitbull.

Tommy Kane said...

Nan you should be in advertising. Swiaa army buck, that's a good one. I'm going to steal that.

pete said...

That is the first buck I have ever seen that came with its own field dress kit. Nice drawings as usual.

brian nelson said...

I had a good laugh over that deer! Well done! I really like all of your art. Thanks for teaching me that things do not have to be drawn perfectly in order to look good. I have enjoyed your art for awhile now, sorry I haven't left comments before now. Thanks for sharing your talent.

Tommy Kane said...

I love all the new people leaving comments. Don't be afraid to come out of the woodwork

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Both superb drawings. And yep, Swiss Army stag was exactly what came to my mind when I saw him - or Swish Army as somebody I knew used to call it!

Renate said...

Oh my... the deer is just hilarious!

Jacqueline Hudon said...

That drawing is pure awesomeness.

Mattias said...

Wonderful animals, love the dog!