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Ernest is the second of the eagles I’ve drawn. I focused on the “eagle eye”. You can also find him and his feathered friends on the Birds and Dogs page http://www.sandphiferart.com/drawings-of-animals-real-and-imagined/drawings-of-birds-and-dogs/
Alex Alpaca and Alfred (who plays in a band) have a great time together. You can also find Alex on the Exotic animals page http://www.sandphiferart.com/drawings-of-animals-real-and-imagined/exotic-animals-frogs-friends/
I’ve been wanting to draw an alpaca for a while. They’re just so sweet and funny. And the hair …. ! You can also find him on the exotic animals page: http://www.sandphiferart.com/drawings-of-animals-real-and-imagined/exotic-animals-frogs-friends/
Using only black an white color pencil, the original Shea the Seahorse is drawn on blue mat board. The print is matted white to match and emphasize the white features of his delicate face. You can also find him at his new home “Frogs and Friends”: Drawings of Exotic Animals & Frogs and Friends
After multiple requests I’ve added Thomas Turtle to the Exotic Animals and Frogs & Friends page:
The other animals have found him quite personable, despite the morose expression on his face.
Benny Beluga is everyone’s favorite charmer. You can also find him on the Exotic animals and Frogs & Friends page http://www.sandphiferart.com/drawings-of-animals-real-and-imagined/exotic-animals-frogs-friends/
Apollo is an adorable Bernese Mountaindog puppy.
You can also find him on the Birds and Dogs page http://www.sandphiferart.com/drawings-of-animals-real-and-imagined/drawings-of-birds-and-dogs/
This little rascal is the newest addition to the menagerie. Gino, with his sweet yet slightly mischievous expression is just irresistible. You can find him and many other drawings on the exotic animals page http://www.sandphiferart.com/drawings-of-animals-real-and-imagined/exotic-animals-frogs-friends/ (medium gray mat)
New to the site is my “Weird Creatures” series. Currently there are 7 weird and wonderful characters to choose from. Like Pace, shown here, they are fantastical, sometime magical, sometimes hilarious.
I drew Pace after my first lesson in transcendental meditation. I’ve never gotten very good at meditating, but drawing is almost as good.
Having drawn seven dogs, I felt that it was time for a cat. To me, the mystery of cats is largely found in their amazing eyes, so that is where I put the focus of the drawing.
You can also find her here: Celine as she currently hangs out with the dogs.