Tag Archive: Anatomical graphics

Three Dogs

2020/21
29,7cm x 21,0cm each
Graphite, colour pencils, Rötel

Fox Study

Anatomical studies – Video

This time extracts of my current work are shown in moving pictures: Besides some elaborated illustrations, I`m working on more pragmatic studies of anatomical relations. The focus is currently on extremities, center of… Continue reading

Horse Anatomy

Cat Anatomy

Sketching cats in various motion sequences to capture the dynamics of the muscles, tension and relaxion of different groups of muscles, center of gravity, dynamics and angles. The purpose is to save the… Continue reading

Mink Skull Anatomy

  Mink Skull Anatomy 2020 vector

Wacholderdrossel Flügel Studie – Analyse

Flügel eine Besprechung von Markus Digwa 09.04.2020 Eine Zeichnung, 21,0 mal 29,7 cm groß, Graphit und Kohle auf Papier. „Flügel“ entstand 2019 und reiht sich in die Arbeiten von Art of The13th/Corinna Seifert… Continue reading

Mink Skull Anatomy – WIP

Anatomy of a mink skull is in the making.

Stonemarten Leg Anatomy

Stonemarten leg anatomy Martes foina 2020 29,7cm x 21,0cm Polychromos Study of a stone marten. Done while preservation at the natural history museum Leipzig.

Humboldt-Penguin

Humboldt-Penguin Spheniscus humboldti 2019/20 21,0cm x 14,8cm Graphite Study and sketches done while preservation. You can find the work in progress of preservation at the official social media of the natural history museum… Continue reading

Turdus pilaris – Wing

  Fieldfare Turdus pilaris 2019 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite and Charcoal Wing study of a fieldfare. Study while preservation at the natural history museum Leipzig.

Tur. pil. – WIP

It has been my standard to document the process of a project for you, which I’m working on for some time – regardless of the reasons. I’m working on this wing study since… Continue reading

Different Angles of Youth

Steinmarder juv. Martes foina Skull study in red chalk and graphite of a juvenile stone marten. 21,0cm x 29,7cm each. Done while preserving/ natural history museum, Leipzig. The masticatory muscles were rudimentary formed,… Continue reading

Bearded Vulture – Claw

  Bearded Vulture – Claw Gypaetus barbatus 2019 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite Claw of a Bearded Vulture. Drawn from life (or better say death) at the natural history museum, leipzig.