My friends Scott and John are obsessed with Fedor Emelianenko. So I thought it time I tried to see what the fuss was about.
My concentrating on Fedor has also made my leopards relax, now they appear only in peripheral vision... it suits them quite well.
As for Fedor himself, not sure I've totally grasped him. Have no printer and have been working a lot from my own quick sketches from youtube, not always having access to the obvious details but more the clumsy forms and my own misconceptions.
Things have too many limbs and bits and bobs to make into nice pictures... lately half things have been easier to cope with. Who says things have to have all their limbs in a drawing. It's a free country.
Fedor is calm and has a soft pink mouth. He has slight eye wonkyness in his bright blue eyes that I need to come to terms with.
My paper is wrinkly and has cat mud on it.
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