A print for the National Mouseum
One day, my creatures will have a feature like this as well.. I hope.. Till then, this is a great alternative!
Busy now with working out these sketches. These will become some smaller color prints eventually.
A new drawing. It still needs some additions, but essentially it’s going to look like this.
New work; paintings on wood, for a new collection of creatures
After a long time of silence, I’m working full time as a art teacher at the moment, here is the first finished work I’ve made.
It’s a combination between a regular drawing and digital one. Hope you like it..
As you can see I’ve continued working with a collection as my subject. More of these will follow…
Some time ago I met a biology teacher from a high school at a workshop I gave. She saw what I was doing in my work and I was asked if I would be interested in a dozen or so cabinets dating from the early 1900’s.
Today my studio had a whopping 23 wooden cabinet cases and another 8 wooden/cardboard on the shelves. Some of them are almost intact, so I won’t touch those. Others are all turned into dust, not a single butterfly to see anymore. I will use those cases to collect my own creatures in, like the ones you can see here.
In its fetal stage, this little creature of the reptile type is fed by the juices of the tree. The thread of slime that attaches the egg to the tree acts as an umbilical cord. Glucose and water are transported to the baby Cornu abrbusthuevo (the horned bush-egg). It is only after the birth of the creature when it develops digestive organs. Used to digest leaves and small insects. Fully grown the arbusthuevo is comparable in size with a large frog.
I embedded my work sorted on category on my latest page: www.laurensdeblocq.com/my-work
Here you can see all my work, zoom in, and scroll to the next image. I hope you like it!
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