Maybe it’s time for a diet?
Will he be successful or not?
What are you having for dinner tonight?
It took me a while to figure this one out. And I am not sure where the idea came from in the end. Maybe my need for sun and the beach?
Mr Fox went snorkelling today to look for a precious sea shell.
Woop! Here I was waiting all September for Inktober to start and then the month started without me noticing!
I haven´t touched my ink and pen since January. I totally forgot how much fun it is and it was surprisingly easy to get back into it. Certainly easier than the previous years. I´m going to follow the official prompt list again and maybe something else… Let´s see what happens.
Just follow the light…
When you are thinking about your next dinner….
My favourite fish is salmon. What is yours?
Pelicans can eat 4 pounds of fish per day.
They will take large amount of water together with the fish they catch. But before swallowing the fish, they move their heads forward to remove excess water.
Off to the countryside to barbecue some fish. We not gonna catch it ourselves, that is too much work. But the eating part, we certainly can do.
Colourwise this pelican is one of my favourites so far. What do you think?
Happy weekend everyone!
No, I have not gone pelican mad. But I still enjoy drawing them.
Find the odd one out of this group!
An adult pelican may eat up to 1.8 kilograms of fish per day!
The brown pelican is a keen-eyed predator that can spot a fish swimming under the ocean’s surface even while flying almost 20 m above.
Its bigger cousin, the Peruvian pelican, also has great vision. Once a target has been spotted from above, the pelicans plunge into the sea bill-first at high speeds—and often from great height. When they collide with the prey, the impact force usually stuns the victim and it is then scooped up in the pouch.
This one just caught his dinner.
The diet of pelicans usually consists of fish. The size of the preferred prey fish varies depending on pelican species and location.
But did you know that occasionally they also eat amphibians, turtles, crustaceans, insects, birds, and mammals?
I´m aware that Inktober finished a while ago, and I also finally managed to finish the last drawing. All my plans of keeping up with drawing daily got interrupted by visitors and spontaneous out of town adventures. But I am not really complaining about it, as it was a lot of fun too.
I really enjoyed the prompt list this year, and I am always curious and excited to see the differences of my drawings between the last years.
Inktober 2017 got me back into drawing, and it was a real struggle in the beginning.
2018 I had a lot of fun with different characters and surrealistic scenes.
This year I wanted to learn how to stick to a character, which eventually developed into little Mr. Fox. What could his first name be? Maybe Emil?
I also started to work on illustrating a children´s book. And this was supposed to be some kind of practice for it. I feel I should also make a story out of the little fox.
Hope you had fun with him too!
He didn´t know where the fish came from. But he tried to catch it anyway.