This is one happy sheep! [Ovis Aries] It sure seems glad to be prancing around in the light. Sheep have been good pals with humans even at the dawn of civilization. They have been domesticated so long, even so that they depend completely on humans to stay happy and healthy. They must be sheared often as their wool can grow too thick. Sometimes their tails have to be docked, or cut, for sanitary reasons. Speaking of their wool, the wool industry is actually incredibly destructive. [Don't blame the sheep. It's not their fault!] Forests get cut down to turn into pasture. The way wool is processed to be turned into cloth puts hazardous pollutants into the air, ground, and water. We have to use friendlier ways of wool production, or find an alternative altogether.
Like this sheep? It's on a shirt too! I guess that almost every animal I draw here is gonna be turned into some marketable clothing. Check out my Spreadshop store sometime!
Yum, ants. This Giant Anteater [Myrmecophaga Tridactyla] is out looking for them. Anteaters eat- you guessed it, ants! They are purely insectivorous. It's their entire vibe. Just look at this lad's massive claws for digging into wherever ants might be bunkering out. That long, long snoot is good for poking into ant nests. Anteaters have a really hecking lengthy tongue that ants stick to. Their conservation status is vulnerable due to hunting and habitat destruction. Urbanization and farmland expansion has been rapidly damaging and replacing their homes and foraging grounds. They are hunted as pests, killed by feral dogs, and hit by cars. There are only 5,000 of them left in the wild. Hopefully conservation efforts will bring their numbers back up. Like eating ants? Know someone who does? Check out my Spreadshirt shop- this anteater will be there too.
This Eastern American Red Fox [Vulpes Vulpes Fulvus] sure seems happy to have found this 20-sided-die. Whether its good enough to play games with or not is up for debate. For one thing, it has no numbers. I'm also a bit concerned about it's bright glowing core. How did this fox find this d20 in the middle of a forest or grassland? Maybe he went into town to find some roadkill and saw it along the way.
This fellow sure is cool! If you want him on a shirt, mug, sticker, or basically anything else I can slap him onto, check out my Spreadshirt shop! He'll be there!
Hello big wide blogging world! My name's Iris.So, what's up? If you're looking for some art, then you really are in luck. I draw dragons, dinosaurs, cats and lizards of all kinds, scaly, fluffy, slimy too, and creatures found in just my mind. Started this blog at the age of 8. I hung about and times grew late. At age 13, still feeling great At age 14, I'm older, bolder, still drawing happily and free, Will you join this journey with me?