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Working Emu Drawing

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I’m returning to basics the for a while. Drawing is mobile, relatively inexpensive, and somewhat relaxing. And perhaps I can improve on shadows and cloth too. Learning the difference between ostrich and emu appearance might be in order as well 🙂

Here is the reference image posted on Wetcanvas.com’s challenges

According to Wikipedia:

The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War,[2] was a nuisance wildlife managementmilitary operation undertaken in Australia over the later part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be destroying crops in the Campion district within the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. The attempt to curb the population of emus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed Royal Australian Artillery soldiers armed with Lewis guns—leading the media to adopt the name “Emu War” when referring to the incident. While a number of the birds were killed, the emu population persisted and continued to cause crop destruction.

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I’m returning to basics the for a while. Drawing is mobile, relatively inexpensive, and somewhat relaxing. And perhaps I can improve on shadows and cloth too. Learning the difference between ostrich and emu appearance might be in order as well 🙂

Here is the reference image posted on Wetcanvas.com’s challenges

According to Wikipedia:

The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War,[2] was a nuisance wildlife managementmilitary operation undertaken in Australia over the later part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be destroying crops in the Campion district within the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. The attempt to curb the population of emus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed Royal Australian Artillery soldiers armed with Lewis guns—leading the media to adopt the name “Emu War” when referring to the incident. While a number of the birds were killed, the emu population persisted and continued to cause crop destruction.

“Emus are little more than feathered stomachs borne on mighty legs and ruled by a tiny brain.”

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description

I’m returning to basics the for a while. Drawing is mobile, relatively inexpensive, and somewhat relaxing. And perhaps I can improve on shadows and cloth too. Learning the difference between ostrich and emu appearance might be in order as well 🙂

Here is the reference image posted on Wetcanvas.com’s challenges

According to Wikipedia:

The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War,[2] was a nuisance wildlife managementmilitary operation undertaken in Australia over the later part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be destroying crops in the Campion district within the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. The attempt to curb the population of emus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed Royal Australian Artillery soldiers armed with Lewis guns—leading the media to adopt the name “Emu War” when referring to the incident. While a number of the birds were killed, the emu population persisted and continued to cause crop destruction.


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I’m returning to basics the for a while. Drawing is mobile, relatively inexpensive, and somewhat relaxing. And perhaps I can improve on shadows and cloth too. Learning the difference between ostrich and emu appearance might be in order as well 🙂

Here is the reference image posted on Wetcanvas.com’s challenges

According to Wikipedia:

The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War,[2] was a nuisance wildlife managementmilitary operation undertaken in Australia over the later part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be destroying crops in the Campion district within the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. The attempt to curb the population of emus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed Royal Australian Artillery soldiers armed with Lewis guns—leading the media to adopt the name “Emu War” when referring to the incident. While a number of the birds were killed, the emu population persisted and continued to cause crop destruction.

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“Emus are little more than feathered stomachs borne on mighty legs and ruled by a tiny brain.”

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Description

I’m returning to basics the for a while. Drawing is mobile, relatively inexpensive, and somewhat relaxing. And perhaps I can improve on shadows and cloth too. Learning the difference between ostrich and emu appearance might be in order as well 🙂

Here is the reference image posted on Wetcanvas.com’s challenges

According to Wikipedia:

The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War,[2] was a nuisance wildlife managementmilitary operation undertaken in Australia over the later part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be destroying crops in the Campion district within the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. The attempt to curb the population of emus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed Royal Australian Artillery soldiers armed with Lewis guns—leading the media to adopt the name “Emu War” when referring to the incident. While a number of the birds were killed, the emu population persisted and continued to cause crop destruction.

“Emus are little more than feathered stomachs borne on mighty legs and ruled by a tiny brain.”

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“Emus are little more than feathered stomachs borne on mighty legs and ruled by a tiny brain.”

“Emus are little more than feathered stomachs borne on mighty legs and ruled by a tiny brain.”