Note: Zibbet insists on blowing the preview images up larger than the original painting, which negatively affects image quality when viewed on here!
Boyd was one of the orphaned Spectacled Flying Foxes being cared for at BatReach Kuranda when I first stared volunteering about a year ago. He was a big boy who seemed to resent having to live with the other babies, for unlike them he could drink his milk himself (the rest were on bottles). He wanted nothing to do with anyone but his pink teddy until the day I introduced in to the joys of a tummy scratch. After that, he'd strut over to me with his wings open and an expectant look, and then go back to his teddy. Once, we had to give his teddy a wash. When he got it back, he cried out with joy and started hugging and kissing it.
Boyd has been painted on illustration board with Inktense. Measures 5x7".
Welcome to Puffin's Pictures!
I am a self-trained Canadian artist and photographer who works with whatever I can get my paws on.
My work has been severeal different shows, including a juried exhibition held in conjunction with the 2010 Winter Olympics here in Vancouver. I have also provided graphics for the docu-comedy "How To Boil A Frog".