54 Anomalous Aye Aye

15 comments:

Denise said...

VERY cool! I would much prefer to see pics then read any day.

I'm a digital artist myself so it's nice to see more digital work!

Star_Kindler said...

This is a totally awesome project, I can't wait to see #55! You've got talent.

Lisa said...

Love your work! Congratulations on making blog of note. Totally deserved.

Runs With Scissors said...

wow, these are really cool, they remind me of the artist Terryl Whitlatch.
it's good to see someone who can stick with something and do it well for a long time, keep up the good work!.

Investigatore said...

This is beautiful... woooow ^_^

Field Notes said...

It's really nice to see the rare aye-aye getting some good press! They are one of my very favorite primates. I wrote an article on them for blog!

LizB said...

These are fabulous. Are these pencil and paper sketches or some other medium? I found you through the "blogs of note," so sorry if you have already answered this question.

cornbob said...

get to 100 already!

E. R. Dunhill said...

Stuart,
Where's Jack Hanna, when you need him?

shauna said...

a-freakin'-mazing! these are phenomenal. the simplicity of just the animal w/o a bunch of clutter makes a very poignant image.

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Rebecca said...

I love this project. I never heard of an aye aye, but he is so cute!

Heidi Henderson Author said...

Love the images. I'm especially fond of the shrimp! If you are looking for visiual inspiration for more images, I'd be happy to share some - Fossil Huntress

Hilda said...

Gosh, I didn't even know there was such a thing as an aye aye before this.

JR Erickson said...

These pictures are wonderful, you are very talented.

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