I is for Ibex

    by | Feb 27, 2022 | 52in22, Sylvia | 2 comments

    From Bestiary lore: The ibex is a type of wild goat with two large horns. The horns are so strong that if the ibex jumps from a mountain it can land on its horns and be unharmed by the fall.

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    1. Jilli Diablo

      The background on this turned out really nice…adds a cool effect to the overall drawing…totally highlights the creature.

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      • Sylvia

        Thanks! I really struggled with the background on this one.

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