YET ANOTHER TIME-LAPSE PAINTING CLIP
Yeah, it's high time for me to post something else, but first, another time-lapse painting clip.
I recently drew fifty pen-and-ink illustrations for the upcoming book from the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, URBAN HERPETOLOGY. It's an excellent publication that I'm really pleased to be associated with -- lots of important new research with good conservation applications -- rest assured that I'll post more about it upon its release. One of my favorite illustrations from the book is the little Brown Anole (Anolis sagrei) above. Well known to most Floridians, these successful Cuban immigrants have largely displaced the native Green Anoles (A. carolinensis) and others to become the state's most common reptile.
This time of year the galleries are clamoring for small works, and I couldn't resist using making a painting out of the sketch. Here's the film:
illustration: BROWN ANOLE (2008) pen & ink 5" x 7"