My entry for the August contest of 'endangered species' held by
The black rhinoceros or hook-lipped rhinoceros (Diceros Bicornis) is a species of rhinoceros, native to eastern and southern Africa. Although the rhinoceros is referred to as black, its colors vary from brown to grey.
The species overall is classified as critically endangered, and three subspecies, one including the western black rhinoceros, were declared extinct by the IUCN back in 2011.
Between four and five million years ago, the black rhinoceros diverged from the white rhinoceros.
An adult black rhinoceros stands 55–71 inches high at the shoulder and is 9.8–12.3 feet in length. An adult typically weighs from 1,800 to 3,100 lb, however unusually large male specimens have been reported at up to 4,848–6,385 lb.
The longest known black rhinoceros horn measured nearly 4.9 feet in length & Sometimes, a third, smaller horn may develop.
I imagine, design, create, & then digitalize artwork in an attempt to capture the beautiful female form, from my own personal perspective, through the use of an assemblage of mediums & methods.
I specialize in erotic black & white pieces, hence the name '69 Shades Of Gray', but have recently starting producing a multitude of different styles of artwork utilizing various spectrums of color.
In addition to my artwork, I also produce my own musical works under the name
'Children of Themis' which can be heard exclusively on SoundCloud. If you want to check them out as well, I provided two links below. Enjoy!