Sunday, October 28, 2012

Doodle 89 - Plants and animals interactive Friday (Part 2)

I had tons of fun drawing your suggestions this week, at times I would read the combos and wonder how on earth would I make that work LOL.

I drew most of the suggestions and have 3 left, since they all sound equally awesome I'll just finish those 3 tomorrow, so hang on tight for a bonus interactive post.

Maria said: "could you try doing something with a hamster, catfish, and an eggplant :3"

Eggplant Hamkoi - red and black mecnahical pencil on plain Moleskine notebook. Aprox 15 mins.
The Eggplant Hamkoi is a variety of pet fish that  thrives on garden ponds or aquariums. It is purple with different purple hue spots over its body.

Sarah said: "Can I just pick one of each? A peony and a butterfly. If you must have three...throw a kitten in there, too."

Peony Kittenfly - red and black mechanical pencil on plain Moleskine notebook. Aprox 15 mins.
 This species of kittenfly gets its peony name thanks to its wings which look like peony petals in bloom. This variety of kittenfly is medium sized and uses its tail to secure itself to flower stems while napping and sunbathing.

Melissa said: "hydrangea, elephant and a tortoise :)"

hydrangeaphant tortoise - red, blue and black mechanical pencil on plain Moleskine notebook. Aprox 20 mins.
 This hydrangeaphant (say that 6 times fast), has a shell, similar to a tortoise's, it blooms during the spring and summer months.

Suzanna said:  "An Orchid, a cockatoo and a Koi fish. :3"

Cockakoi Orchid - red and black mechanical pencil on plain Moleskine notebook. Aprox 15 mins.
 This type of Cockakoi lives deep in the rain forest. It thrives in the humid, hot weather and lives part time between the water and perched atop the trees.

And finally for today, Charissa said: "An oak tree, an otter and a tiger!"

Ottiger Oak - red, green and black mechanical pencil on plain Moleskine notebook. Aprox 15 mins.
The Ottiger Oak lives in forests with abundance of rivers and ponds, it blends in with the foliage, the leaves on its back change color with the season and fall off during the fall so the ottiger can grow extra fur for the cold.

8 comments:

AppleCore said...

So much fun! I love all of the different combos and their cute names!!

charissa said...

Thanks! Such creative names!

eilonwy said...

Your drawings make me smile so much!

Suzanne said...

Oh I love the Cockakoi! So perfect, I want one!!

Melissa said...

Hurrah for the hydrangeaphant :) They all look great!

Kelly said...

I'm madly in love with a hydrangeaphant!! Love their names, their personalities and habits, seriously these all made me so happy.

MichelleH said...

Oh my gosh! I wants a kittenfly for Christmas! So cute!!!!

Sarah said...

I bet these combos would sell like mad in a toy store. A squishy little hydrangeaphant and a kitten fly, totally on my list!