thanksgiving creativity 2

blogturkey-blogHappy Thanksgiving! I made you all the traditional Thanksgiving gift, a handprint turkey.  Or as traditional as you can get without the proper materials, which are construction paper, crayons, and white glue.  I have the last two but not the first, so mine was drawn with markers on ivory colored minicomic printing paper and embellished with a bit of brushwork.  It does feature the traditional color scheme of one tail feather each in red, green, yellow and blue, and, also traditionally, at least some of them look more like leaves than feathers.

This is my second attempt: my first one ended up looking more like a chicken due to my failure to a) remember what a turkey actually looks like or b) find and use a photo reference.

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