Wild Dog Tattoo

Concept ideas for Wild Dog tattoo
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Awww! These guys are so cute! Just want to look at them again, not actually interested in them for tattoo

African Wild Dog Facts

African Wild Dog pups learning to communicate. Their vocal range includes a short bark of alarm, a howl in which to rally other dogs, as well as a bell-like call that can be heard over long distances.

Blurry, but I like the running motion in this picture. Also, the direction is correct. Left to right. Tattoo on left arm, the wild dog should be seen to be running down my arm.

Blurry, but I like the running motion in this picture. Also, the direction is correct. Tattoo on left arm, the wild dog should be seen to be running down my arm.

Like the expression

Wildlife Art Acrylic Painting - Ixhwili - African Wild Dog by David Bucklow

Like the upright ears and the stance of the wild dog. Would like my tattoo to have a similar stance, but the wild dog would be in profile.

African Wild Dog approaches his fellows for a wild game. Typical behaviour of these creatures. Kwando, Botswana Taken at late afternoon with ISO All rights reserved.

Love the style in this drawing. Direction is opposite to the direction I want, but the rough pencil/charcoal strokes in this image are brilliant.

Direction is opposite to the direction I want, but the rough pencil/charcoal strokes in this image are brilliant.

Love the style in this drawing. Direction is opposite to the direction I want, but the rough pencil/charcoal strokes in this image are brilliant.

Direction is opposite to the direction I want, but the rough pencil/charcoal strokes in this image are brilliant.

I kinda like the idea of a profile of a wild dog with its head raised, alert. The ears are so iconic. But I think a running wild dog would look better given the location of the tattoo

I kinda like the idea of a profile of a wild dog with its head raised, alert. The ears are so iconic. But I think a running wild dog would look better given the location of the tattoo

Like the movement, but not a fan of the front legs directly beneath the body.

Will Burrard-Lucas is a professional wildlife photographer known for using technology and innovation to photograph wildlife in new ways.

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