the tripleheaded owlkritter can fly - obviously. its three heads can move in different directions thus making it easy to spot prey - but also to spot enemies. as it also can sleep taking turns, it can be on the go for a long time. once in a while though, they all need to sleep to really catch up on energy. the "eyes" at the bottom aren't eyes really.. but together with the feet they give the impression of "heads" thus totally irritating any enemies.. in other words: the TripleHeaded OwlKritter is well protected by KritterNature.
Gouache and Inktense pencils on heavy watercolour paper
February 6th, 2013
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