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Emu Too - coloured pencil drawing

Emu Too - coloured pencil drawing

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 21 Centimeters
  • Width: 29.7 Centimeters
  • Materials: pencil, graphite, colored pencil
  • Favorited by: 1 person
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From Australia

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This listing is for an archival print of my original drawing of an Australian Emu.

he Australian Emu (pronounced eem-you) is a soft feathered, flightless bird with a long neck and powerful legs. Emus belong to a group of flightless birds called ratites which also includes Cassowaries, Ostriches and Rheas. Emus are the second largest bird in the world, after Ostriches, standing up to 190cm tall and weighing up to 55kg. They have shaggy grey-brown to black plumage which is very soft to touch and wonderful to draw.

The emu's range covers most of mainland Australia. They live in various habitats across Australia both inland and near the coast. They are most common in areas of savannah woodland and sclerophyll forest.

Emus eat a variety of native and introduced plant species. Their diet depends on seasonal availability with such plants as Acacia, Casuarina and grasses. They also eat insects and other arthropods, including grasshoppers and crickets, beetles, cockroaches, ladybirds, bogong and cotton-boll moth larvae, ants, spiders and millipedes.

The original is a coloured pencil artwork created with Faber Castell Polychromos pencils.

Paper Size: A4 (8.27" by 11.69" approx).
Portrait orientation
Unmatted and unframed

It is printed with Epson Ultra Chrome pigment inks on matte archival Fine Art Paper.
The print colours have been matched to the original artwork.
Colours will vary slightly due to calibration differences in monitors.

This print is mailed in a rigid cardboard mailer.

Please note: The copyright remains with the Artist and the Artist retains all rights to reproduce.
This listing is for an archival print of my original drawing of an Australian Emu.

he Australian Emu (pronounced eem-you) is a soft feathered, flightless bird with a long neck and powerful legs. Emus belong to a group of flightless birds called ratites which also includes Cassowaries, Ostriches and Rheas. Emus are the second largest bird in the world, after Ostriches, standing up to 190cm tall and weighing up to 55kg. They have shaggy grey-brown to black plumage which is very soft to touch and wonderful to draw.

The emu's range covers most of mainland Australia. They live in various habitats across Australia both inland and near the coast. They are most common in areas of savannah woodland and sclerophyll forest.

Emus eat a variety of native and introduced plant species. Their diet depends on seasonal availability with such plants as Acacia, Casuarina and grasses. They also eat insects and other arthropods, including grasshoppers and crickets, beetles, cockroaches, ladybirds, bogong and cotton-boll moth larvae, ants, spiders and millipedes.

The original is a coloured pencil artwork created with Faber Castell Polychromos pencils.

Paper Size: A4 (8.27" by 11.69" approx).
Portrait orientation
Unmatted and unframed

It is printed with Epson Ultra Chrome pigment inks on matte archival Fine Art Paper.
The print colours have been matched to the original artwork.
Colours will vary slightly due to calibration differences in monitors.

This print is mailed in a rigid cardboard mailer.

Please note: The copyright remains with the Artist and the Artist retains all rights to reproduce.

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