Saturday, December 15, 2012

"The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

Yeah... we need something adorable to look at right now.  These are pencil sketches and studies I drew while watching "Falkens öga", a leisurely paced wildlife documentary that is available on Netflix Instant.

Be aware, there's no narration, no music, basically no "hand-holding" during the entire film.  I only mention this because a few folks at IMDB evidently had problems with that.  It is basically just the family of Kestrels raising their chicks.

This of course leads to cuteness overload.

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

11.21.12 - "The Kestrel's Eye" Sketches

2 comments:

Albertonykus said...

So many awesome-looking bird documentaries I still need to watch...

Vyrmis said...

After watching an over-treacly (and very suspiciously photochopped-looking) thing about meerkats today, I think this kind of doc should be a tonic.