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Old 01-28-2020, 01:57 PM
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Re: bird anatomy

It looked like a Pelican to me, especially when I saw the photo and the rest of the birds. It looks too big for a Spoonbill? But Im not an expert on birds.
The bird youve drawn is in a difficult position for you to draw - lots of foreshortening going on - but youve made a great job of drawing it!
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Re: bird anatomy

thank you Beverly, sorry for the delay.
thank you Angie! yes! i tried to make a pelican out of it, have to dial back all of the head, didn't even react to the neck, you're right it's not as it should be. my car broke down (diesel in -33°C = no) and am exhausted from consequences. just reading not drawing. will get back to this as soon as. it's beginning to grow on me 😁.
Vivien thank you! i've a little experience with the weight of detail, but i'm puzzled with this one. luckily i've lots of experience with that. glad for all the help!
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