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The Hen Harrier is a bird of prey. It breeds throughout the northern parts of the northern hemisphere in Canada and the northernmost USA, and in northern Eurasia. Marsh Hawk is a historical name for the American form.

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Kestrels are in the family Falconidae, characteristically having the presence of malar stripes; nostril tubules; pointed, aerodynamic wings; and the "falcon's tooth," a little protrusion on the upper beak.

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The Northern Spotted Owl, Strix occidentalis caurina, is one of three Spotted Owl subspecies. A Western North American bird in the family Strigidae, genus Strix, it is a medium-sized dark brown owl sixteen to nineteen inches in length and one to one and one sixth pounds. Females are larger than males. The wingspan is approximately forty two inches.

The worldwide IUCN Red List of Threatened Species status for the Spotted Owl species is Near Threatened with a decreasing population trend.

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falcon
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Owl drawing... this was my homework for school thought =P
Totaly time: 4h
Pencils used: HB, 2B, 4B, 8B
Kneaded eraser

Hope you like it... ^^
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Cat drawing for my friend =P
Yea.... hope you like it x)
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.......yet another cat drawing
7 hours spent
Pencils: HB, 4B, 8B
Kneaded eraser

This cat has a hypnotising look @_@
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I draw it with pencil.
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I am drawing the bird and limp with pencil.
6H, 2H, B, 2B and 4B.
I draw the stuffed bird by a course of the german fantasy art master Friedrich Hechelmann. He is a great teacher and a great artist.
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I painted the onion with watercolor from a real onion.
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Here's my entry for the Minnesota Duck Stamp; a pair of Ruddy Ducks. They aren't very good at releasing information so you know who won and all that, but I did figure it out eventually and know I didn't get first, second, third, or fourth. Otherwise, I don't know where I landed (I wish they had some sort of list). Beware of the horrible quality of this thing! It was (again) a very stubborn painting to photograph correctly. Once I get it back, hopefully I'll be able to get a much better image (even with Photoshop help, it still isn't even good). I do actually like how this one came out, however, and for once, didn't agree with the judges opinion on the first place painting. :/

Oil on masonite. 9" X 6 1/2". Refs many thanks to Leslie from WetCanvas. :)

EDIT: I actually just received this piece back today and found out that I had made it to the second round (a first for me).

SOLD
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Another drawing I've been working on this past few weeks in between paintings and other work. For me, anyway, it's difficult to separate buffalos and dust--they always look so nice together! So I figured I'd take that idea to the extreme and really make a dusty environment. This is depicting the buffalo after he has just shaken off the last of the dust from a good roll.

Graphite on 14" X 11" smooth bristol. A combination of my own refs and some from the RIL on WetCanvas.

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Ah yes, this piece is finally finished just in time for my show this Friday! :excited: Now all I have left to do is frame things up. ;) I've always loved atypical racks on deer so I thought it appropriate to make one to include in my show. Again, the piece should speak for itself, so I don't have much to say here.

Mechanical pencil on 11" X 14" smooth bristol board. References thanks to WetCanvas RIL and myself.

For Sale: Note me if interested.
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Arabian Falcon

from mn zman^^
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Scratchboard and indian ink wash.

Time taken :- about 8-9 hours
Reference from national geographic

I have not completed the wings yet, but that is for another time.

These are my other scratchboard works



These are my pencil drawings

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Size:- 8 x10

Reference picture is a beautiful photograph by Tygrik.

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These are my other scratchboard works



These are my pencil drawings

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I got my first set of ampersand scratchboards and could't wait to use it even though I was totally exhausted after a horrible day at work.

Completed it in an hour. This is a smaller sized one - 5x7 inches.

Forgot where I got the reference picture from, but it is definitely not mine.


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These are my other scratchboard works



These are my pencil drawings

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pastel on handmade paper
I watched this fellow at Pensacola- he was such a beautiful little guy- hard to get a photo of though!

copyright Ainsley McNeely
You may NOT use, replicate, manipulate, or modify this image without my written permission.
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oil on canvas
I watched these guys in Tampa Florida (I have also seen them on the Mobile Bay causeway but never got photos to work from).

copyright Ainsley McNeely
Do not use, replicate, manipulate, or modify this image without my written permission.
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Oil on linen
A Redhead drake I watched in Alabama-

copyright Ainsley McNeely
You may NOT use, replicate, manipulate, or modify this image without my written permission.
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This has been a long time coming but finally I got around to completing this piece.
I originally presented this piece over a year ago and was pleased at first with the result, however as time has gone by and my artistic ability has (hopefully) improved, I was always wanting to draw this subject again.
So here it is .... enjoy.
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My first Horse portrait ... I have been promising this for a while and finally got the time to complete.

My first but this wont be my last, I really enjoyed this piece. All graphite using Powder and traditional pencils. 4H - 4B
Paper - Melotex Ultra White
About 15 hours
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"German Shepherd" Latest Commission

10" x 12" Graphite on Mellotex Ultra White 340gsm

Yet another dog but still I always enjoy drawing these wonderful animals.
Enjoy!!
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This is my most recent piece of art, I decided to choose drawing a bird from one of my photo's. So I remembered I had taken a photo of a Pied Kingfisher in the Kruger Park, SA. Which I love. I drew the bird with my fave medium, colour pencil crayon and the background with soft pastels.
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Blackbird I drew from a set of 3 birds.
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I really do enjoy drawing birds.
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