Why not have some sketching fun? Here’s Anurognathus ammoni for a little Pterosaur whimsy. An Old World Pterosaur lineage, this binocular-visioned, bat-sized species was irrefutably covered with hair-like structures. It’s large eye sockets lead Pterosaur workers to believe it was nocturnal. I decided to render it much like our present day nocturnal flying squirrel.
Western Meadowlark with some pattern added. Some adjustment to feather tracts before I’m comfortable… This drawing will actually have very little yellow when completed because both the 3/4 view of the bird, and the fact it is basic-plumaged. Mostly brown and black on the back, with some gold on the face and throat. Much work to do still, but time for bed.