11x14 Graphite on Strathmore Bristol vellum
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-Quality weight and opacity
-One size 11"x14" print with approximate 1-inch border
Price per print $38
- Edition limit 25 prints
- Superior weight and opacity
- Acid and lignin free
- Comes numbered, dated and signed by the artist
- One size 11"x14" print with approximate 1-inch border
Price per print $100
25 of 25 prints available
Original Work available
-Ships in a temporary frame for protection
-Professional Framing optional Learn more about framing
-One 11"x14" Graphite drawing on Strathmore Bristol vellum
Billy-Ram Thorn stares the viewer down in this comical, angry-goat caricature.
About this drawing...
I drew this silly goat when I was in high school. A teacher of mine asked if I could draw him an "angry goat" and this was the result! I had a lot of fun making the piece but spent a lot of time on it and developed a way to draw hair that I still use now for similar drawings. I didn't have a lot of trouble figuring out how to draw a goat and I think that's because I was rather scared of them as a kid (no pun intended) after getting chased by one. I guess the image of what a goat looks like was strongly imprinted in my mind! I remember my teacher laughing when I gave him a copy and he said something like: "What, do you just know how to draw goats?" It's a fun memory. I also gave the goat ram horns, just to make it different. I love fantasy no matter how subtle.