Nina Simone

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“I’m sorry that I did not become the world’s first black classic pianist. I think I would have been happier.” Nina Simone, 1933-2003.
 
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“Mola mola”

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#INKTOBER2016 “Mola mola” is the heaviest known bony fish in the world. It is native to the temperate and tropical waters of every ocean in the world. It lives on a diet consisting mainly of jellyfish, but because this diet is nutritionally poor, they consume large amounts to develop and maintain their great bulk.

I love oceans and all weird creatures live in.

The Giant Anteater

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#INKTOBER2016 “Myrmecophaga tridactyla”, the giant anteater or the ant bear. It is an insectivorous mammal. Specifically, it eats ants and termites. The ant bear lives in Central and South America.

The Sea Horse

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“The Sea Horse”, ink and digital, 2016. Imagine, how many extrange lifes live in the deep blue sea.

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“Macroglossum stellatarum”

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¡Scientific Illustration is awesome!
I´ve enjoyed so much last scientific illustration course I did a few weeks ago.

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“Macroglossum stellatarum”, ink, July 2016.

As a project, teachers proposed us to illustrate diferent symbiotic relatioships. I got Hummingbird hawk-moth (Macroglossum stellatatum) and their polinitation relationship with plants. Soon, we will see all results from my classmates.

Here, an appetizer.

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“Macroglossum stellatarum”, scratchboard, July 2016.