Canadian Lynx (Wildlife Ink Drawing)
Hello Friends. I hope you're all having a great time.
I read some fascinating facts about Lynxes today and I was pretty amazed at how these wild cats have evolved and how well they've adapted to the wild. I learnt they are pretty good at ambushing (surprising) their preys because they aren't fast runners. They also have incredible eye sight and great hearing; thanks to the tuft at the back of their ears. They are also nocturnal animals i.e mostly active at night.
After reading many more facts about them, I made this pen drawing depicting a Lynx surrounded by a bunch of butterflies.
I made this drawing using a black ball point pen and pelican paper.
Here are my steps in the drawing;
First, I drew the outline of the face of the Lynx and added it's facial features.
Next, I shaded the dark psrts of its face and began adding details of fur to its skin.
Finally, I drew the remaining parts of it's body and kept adding furs details to it's face until I got a realistic appearance.
Thank you taking your time to read and view my drawing. Enjoy the rest of your day.