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DRAWING OWLS…

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This drawing by Karin Uusikorpi of an owl is incredible.  I found it by accident by looking through flickr.  Karin writes about herself:  ” I am a prairie girl born in Saskatchewan and raised in Northern Alberta. I draw, paint and play with colour. I eventually will get back to making things out of clay. I have made art in some form or another since I was little & still do. I am always picking stuff off the ground and saving it for future use - I am a self proclaimed ‘packrat’ and ‘magpie’ that routinely tries to cull the collection of stuff”

CATEGORIES:   ART, craft, BIRD FRIENDS, NATURE,

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Posted by DESIGN SQUISH on May 29, 2009


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Karin
 on  06/17  at  03:40 PM

Hi Anastasia and Paul, Okay I did the weirdo thing of googling my own name and came upon your blog - thanks for the kudos for for appreciating Leroy. smile
 on  06/26  at  02:20 PM

You are welcome! I google myself all the time as well. It is a good thing.
 on  06/26  at  02:22 PM

smile smile smile
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 on  10/31  at  03:37 AM

WOW! Owls are my favorite animals, and this is like the best one out here! pms supplements Network Solutions Coupon Code
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 on  10/31  at  03:58 AM

So mine's pretty bad... but I'm sure with practice It'll be almost as good as yours car hire on gold coast jordvarme
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 on  10/31  at  04:10 AM

This is great. I had a book as a kid that showed how to draw animals from numbers and letters. All I can remember is how to draw a swan from a number 2. bulk sms sending software vinduer
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 on  10/31  at  04:34 AM

Thank you so much! That was so much fun to draw an it actually looks decent. Haha I can't really draw. forex technicals altima HID bulbs
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 on  10/31  at  04:45 AM

You did a wonderful job. I cant draw at all but that is simply wonderful. And anyone who would try to draw this would have fun. I know I did. skin parisites mountain bikes melbourne
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 on  11/10  at  07:45 AM

Drawing a cartoon owl can be very fun if you are ready to test your abilities with... eyes! Owls are very well-equipped to see far in the night. halvdvr trade of the day
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 on  11/18  at  06:32 AM

Drawing a cartoon owl can be very fun if you are ready to test your abilities with... eyes! Owls are very well-equipped to see far in the night. texan culture Display Racks
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 on  11/26  at  03:37 PM

Each type of owl looks different from the others and has features that are uniquely their own. The showy owl has a tall round head and is mostly white spotted with black and grey. Burrowing owls do as their name sounds, burrow. Schiebetüren silver charm bracelets

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