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Pronghorn Antelope Drawing - Pronghorn Antelope by Ken Day

Pronghorn Antelope is a drawing by Ken Day which was uploaded on June 24th, 2009.

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Love this 3/4 view sketch. It tells me you have raw talent that cannot be held back. Lovely and beautiful as can be. FAV

Very nice work with a nice expression portrayed f/L

Ken Day replied:

Thank you Marcia.

What a beautiful and warm look, great work Ken :) Liked

Ken Day replied:

Thank you Marija :o)

Beautiful! I really like the charcoal style used here

Ken Day replied:

Thank your Anthony. I love exploring the range of a medium.

Beautiful drawing, Ken. You have quite the talent!

very nice artwork!

Vivid and beautiful drawing, Ken!

Good rendering and detail Ken.

Spectacular, you captured detail so well! Great work.

Beautiful all your drawings and thanks for all these sweet creatures !!!

Really nice Pronghorn drawing. I loved these beautiful graceful creatures when I visited Wyoming. Especially the little families with twins. Loved how the young ones kept up with the mom and dad as they all bound away together in perfect unison.

Aloha Ken, beautiful details, it is a lovely sketch :))

Thank you all very much for your lovely comments. I so do appreciate all of them. Jamie this does look a lot like a deer but this from the antelope family. It's name is a Pronghorn Antelope. Very graceful animal. It's really nice to see them running in a herd like in Mantana. Once you see them you will never forget the awesome beauty of seeing them run.

Hello ken, this one is interesting what kind of deer is it?

Well Done!!

Nice drawing, simple and yet very much detaled. Thank you for your comments on my work. As for the red haded woman profile, I have seen it only after I had copleted the painting, it was not my attetion to paint it. Thank you for noticing it.

Very nice Ken. Thank you for your comments on my images.

These critters are all over Wyoming. Full out, they can run about 40 MPH for short bursts and can keep up a pace of about 25 MPH for a mile or more. Nice work Ken.

Great sketches, and thank you. Good luck to you, as well Ken!

so vivid drawing!!!

Great job on this one Ken, I have Pronghorns at the end of my street

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