Kids draw/paint/scribble blood on practically anything imaginable all of the time, so this probably won't be getting a filter on it.
Perhaps an explanation for this is necessary? I shall attempt to do so.
Given the fact that pallanophs live in what you could call a parallel universe that shares much in common with our own world, I'd been debating which species on this planet would be living alongside pallanophs in their world. Given the overwhelming popularity of wolves on this site (can anyone
explain this phenomenon?) I was forced to wonder if they could feasibly coexist alongside pallanophs. I'd discussed this topic with a few friends and am beginning to think that, no, that would likely get messy, especially if there were to be a sudden shortage in prey. One must acknowledge that pallanophs are opportunists and very capable, so that if a hungry pack of wolves were to foolishly cross into a pallanoph's territory out of desperation, it would end quite badly. Just... run away, you woofs! And if you must
stand against some lone pallanoph for whatever illogical reason, do make sure it's something smaller than the Andirg male in this scene.
For the record, since this comes up now and again, pallanophs are not intended to be related to canines of any sort. The concept amuses me, seeing as how I'm hardly capable of canine anatomy and it takes up more of my effort than it should, as you can see here. Ugh. (Then again, we don't ALL need to draw wolves, do we? I think not.) All the same, good practice, I suppose.
I like drawing fight scenes. Even if they don't make much sense.
Experimental piece: Derwent Graphitint pencils, soluble graphite, some sepia ink... in a very unfortunate sketchbook. It didn't like having this done to it at all.
This is a rough study, but if you see things you'd like to tell me about, by all means give a critique. All comments are welcome.
Art and pallanoph species © April SchumacherBaaawwwwwwwwwwww...