Drawing Prompt: Family Life

8:07 PM, Wednesday June 29th 2022

Shared album - Erika Komuro - Google Photos

Shared album - Erika Komuro - Google Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/TDiGK736WmbmFmrz7

This submission was done for the Family Life drawing prompt. Check out more submissions here!

Shere Khan from the jungle book.

We are used to seeing him as an arrogant, proud, ferocious tiger in the frame, but essentially he is just a cat. This means that he does everything that cats usually do - for example, he scratches his head with his hind paw and does not look too elegant :D

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