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Was going through some old papers and found a whole batch of material that I was working on right before I fell into this world of children's illustrators, comics and art college.  It's so long since I've come across any past work that I was really pleased with.  So I thought I'd post a couple of bits here, even though they are extremely rough sketches made from dead specimens.  These were mostly intended as my "reference charts" for basic anatomical proportions. 

 
Eurasian Jay 


 
 Eurasian Jay, wing


Jackdaw, wing

 
Carrion Crow, body of dead specimen with feathers removed

 
Carrion Crow, skeletal anatomy

 
Wings of Hooded Crow (left) and two Carrion Crow specimens

 
Carrion Crow and Carrion/Hooded Crow hybrid
Carrion Crow


Rook




  
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