@2 years ago with 25 notes
#drawing #sketch #animals #eunoia #rough draft #wip #o
This was for the OCAD Sketch Group’s weekly concept illustration, trying to illustrate this poem, which uses words only containing the vowel “o”:
“Brown storks flock to brooks to look for school of smolt or schools of snook. Wolf dogs (los lobos) prowl woods or moors to look for spoor of wood-fowl or moorfowl. Most sorts of fox go off to snoop for coops known to hold woodcocks or moorcocks. Zoos known to stock zoomorphs (crocs or komodos, coons or bonobos) show off odd fowl: condors, hoopoos, flocks of owls or loons (not flocks of rocs or dodos). Most sloths, too slow to scoot from log to log, loll on mossgrown knowls of cottonwood to chomp on bollworms. Most worms molt from soft pods of cocoons to form broods of moths (two sorts: wood moth or moon moth): shoo, moth shoo.”
Christian Bök, EUNOIA, 2001
It’s meant to be one long row, but it wouldn’t upload well, so I broke it into two parts. Might finish it one day, who knows!