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Inktober & World Habitat Day koala conservation cartoon illustration

Inktober World Habitat Day koala conservation cartoon illustration

Drawlloween: Zombie Bilby (Zombilby)

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When I got home from the Inktober challenge I set about the Drawlloween challenge and today’s theme was ‘Coming Back from the Dead’. This could relate to so many endangered species, but I have recently been toying with the idea of a zombie bilby – Zombilby!

It’s a bit of a WIP illustration as I’m tempted to colour it in and convert it into a Halloween greeting card…

Save the Koala Day Conservation Sketch Illustration

Save the Koala Day conservation sketch illustration

 

Wahoo today is Save the Koala Day and therefore I was hoping to find a koala today but unfortunately to no avail.  To tell the truth I haven’t seen one in quite some time.  It just really highlights the endangered status of these beautiful marsupials that even my sightings are becoming rare from when I was seeing them every couple of weeks at Whites Hill Reserve.  So we must ensure we protect and save our koalas!

Therefore my cartoon illustration highlights this as it is a perfect branch for a koala to sit on but there is no koala…

New Cute Koala Merch/Souvenir: Sleeping on a Tree Hand

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National Bilby Day 2017

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Wooh – Did you know today was National Bilby Day?

You should spend the day appreciating the cuteness of our little adorable marsupial, and at the same time undersanding its endangered due to feral predators and pests in their environment.

I spent a moment today drawing some bilby character concepts as I’ve often wondered about adding the Bilby to my cute Aussie characters. Ringo and Z are enjoying celebrating the day with him – what do you reckon?

For loads of info on the bilby and how to help them please see Save the Bilby Fund