First off -- T-SHIRTS ARE DONE!!! And ready to be sold at Art Market! So, please stop by and check them out for yourself!
And my final update for the day is a project that I've been working on with another student (Brittany Roger) for out Biodiversity class. We made a three-dimensional energy pyramid for the kid's room at the Patapsco State Park Visitor Center. The pyramid illustrates the four main trophic levels (producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers, and tertiary consumers). Brittany and I each illustrated five different species, and, yes, all six sides are covered for each cube.
These are my final sketches for the five species that I illustrated (Indian Grass, Blue-eyed Grass, Foxtail, Deer-tongue Grass, and a Barred Owl). Each species has three views.
So, those are my most recent finished pieces. Now to complete the rest of my finals... Winter break could not come any sooner!