Where did you get that hat?

Another of my sketch for survival pieces - I have already sent a cuckoo drawing to Sketch for Survival which had to only take 26 minutes the time it takes for an African elephant to be poached and shot for it's tusks. But I wanted to do more so I have decided to complete as much as I can to contribute towards the conservation of endangered species in Africa. #WildlifeArtExhibition #sketchforsurvival #crownedcranesketch #explorersagainstextinction #africanwildlifesketches #africanwildlifedrawings #africanwildlifepaintings #artexhibiiton #katewyattart #katewyattartist #katewyattwildlifeartist #katewyattbritishwildlifeart #katewyattwildlifeartexhibition #katewyattwildlifeartistsinbuckinghamshir

Does my tail look good in this?

I am currently working on several images for Sketch for Survival I would love to be able to put them all here but once I have completed them they will then go to The Real World Conservation Trust who will exhibit them and hopefully they will raise loads of money for endangered African wildlife and yes I do know that I am usually a predominantly British wildlife artist but sometimes it makes a change to work on subjects with which I am not familiar and it makes me feel great that the work will help with important conservation. #sketchforsurvival #explorersagainstextinction #wildlifepainting #africanwildlifesketches #africanwildlifedrawings #crownedcranesketch #wildanimals #katewyattpaintings

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