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Orca’s are the wolves of the sea. Incredibly beautiful, intelligent and social animals. They are naturally inquisitive and there have been many stories of these animals approaching humans in the water seemingly to try and understand us better. They have a beautifully streamlined black and white body with a very large dorsal fin. They have been very mistreated and deserve our respect as they are apex predators and are needed to keep the seas in balance. I tried to capture the inquisitive, intelligent nature of this creature in this drawing. I also love the way the sunlight plays across their sleek black body in the upper layers of the ocean, therefore had a lot of fun capturing this.

This original illustration was drawn using Derwent Procolour pencils on paper. The drawing itself is 29.7 x 42 cm (A3) and is unframed.

Orca

Alexandra Thornton

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Orca’s are the wolves of the sea. Incredibly beautiful, intelligent and social animals. They are naturally inquisitive and there have been many stories of these animals approaching humans in the water seemingly to try and understand us better. They have a beautifully streamlined black and white body with a very large dorsal fin. They have been very mistreated and deserve our respect as they are apex predators and are needed to keep the seas in balance. I tried to capture the inquisitive, intelligent nature of this creature in this drawing. I also love the way the sunlight plays across their sleek black body in the upper layers of the ocean, therefore had a lot of fun capturing this.

This original illustration was drawn using Derwent Procolour pencils on paper. The drawing itself is 29.7 x 42 cm (A3) and is unframed.