Texture: Fur, Feathers, and Manes oh my!

Element of Art: Texture. Showing the different types of animals. 

I chose to use this leopard for texture because you can clearly see the difference in his fur from the tree he is sleeping by. You can also see the texture in the ground.
In the eagle you can see the texture in his feathers. The texture in his feet is also different.
In this ruff you can see the texture in his legs is different from the texture in the feathers and beak. Even the rock he is standing on is textured. The texture in his feathers are also differentiate from others.
I used this image to show the texture in the horses manes and tales as well as hooves. You can see the grass, leaves and also the texture in the trunk of the tree.
Looking at this bat you can see the many different textures in his wings and how they fold, the fur, and in his ears.
I chose to use this image because you can see the male lions mane is a different texture from his fur. Also the garment on the gentleman has texture in it.
I used this image to show how with texture you can see the muscles in the horses as well as the hair in their manes. The texture in the dogs are different from the texture that makes up the horses.
By using texture you can see the lions teeth digging into the horses skin. The texture in both animals muscles show definition. The texture in the clouds make them seem fluffy.
By using texture you can differentiate the fur on the weasel from his whiskers. By using texture you are able to tell he is standing on a log.
Just looking at the monkey you can see texture in his fur and you can even see it in his skin with the wrinkles. The gentleman below also have a lot of texture in his hair, facial hair, skin, and eyes.
I chose to use the image of the hyena to show the texture in his eyes they are nice and glossy. With the use of texture you are able to tell he is coming out of a wooden door with a metal lock.
The texture of the polar bears fur is clearly different from the soda he is swimming in. The texture of the bottle shows that it is plastic and that it has ridges. The texture of the label seems plain.
I chose to use this image to show that by using texture of many animals you can create your own version such as the feathers, fur, and texture of twisting horns.
I liked this image because it shows the different textures in multiple animals like the furry tails of the lemurs to the different type of fur on the horse to the feathered birds.
This image shows the different type of textures there can be even in feathers. With the texture you can tell the white chicken is laying on a hay nest. You can also see the texture on the wall.
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