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Betsymar Sandoval
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
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Graphic Designer, looking to specialize her in the area of Illustration, Editorial Design and / or Web Design.

In my free time I am a hobbiest artist, with a tendency marked by portraits, caricatures and works in graphite.

I have a natural inclination toward mythology, ancient history, art, dark culture, onirism, literature, vintage, horror movies, esotericism and rare things in general.

I am a lover of birds, cephalopods and horned mammals; and fan a British products such as Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Who and Neil Gaiman.

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Inktober Day 19: Cloud

Cotorrita Celestial/ Pacific parrotlet (Forpus coelestis)

 

Algo más pequeño y sencillo, estás aves tienen el plumaje muy delicado. Por lo general son de color verde, pero hay mutaciones en azul, incluyendo  mezclas con blanco. Algunas aves parecen tener un camuflaje parecido a un cielo con nubes, como tener un pedazo de cielo posando en los dedos. 🌦

 

La Cotorrita celestial (Forpus coelestis) es una especie de ave de la familia de los loros (Psittacidae) que se encuentra en Perú y Ecuador. Es la especie más popular del género Forpus y una de las más criadas en cautividad, sobre todo por la gran cantidad de mutaciones que presenta y a que hay parejas que son buenas criadoras. 

Something smaller and simpler, these birds have very delicate plumage. They are usually green, but there are mutations in blue, including blends with white. Some birds seem to have a camouflage resembling a clouded sky, such as having a piece of sky perched on the fingers. 🌦

 

The Pacific parrotlet (Forpus coelestis) is a species of bird of the family of the parrots (Psittacidae) that is in Peru and Ecuador. It is the most popular species of the genus Forpus and one of the most bred in captivity, mainly because of the large number of mutations that it presents and that there are couples who are good breeders.

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Inktober Day 18: Filthy

Fulmar Boreal/ Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis)

 

El fulmar boreal (Fulmarus glacialis) es una especie de ave procelariforme de la familia Procellariidae propia del océano Ártico y del norte de los océanos Atlántico y Pacífico. Tanto su nombre común, fulmar, como el de su género, Fulmarus, proceden de los términos del nórdico antiguo full que significa “fético” y mar que significa “gaviota”. Esta denominación de “gaviota fétida” hacía referencia a su parecido superficial con las gaviotas y a su aceite estomacal; una sustancia compuesta por ésteres cerosos y triglicéridos que como otros miembros de su familia almacenan en el proventrículo, y sirve como reserva de energía durante sus largos vuelos y para alimentar a sus polluelos, y también la usan para defenderse rociándola contra los depredadores.

 

 

The Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) is a species of procelariforme bird of the family Procellariidae own of the Arctic ocean and the North of Atlantic and Pacific oceans.  Both their common name, fulmar, and that of their genus, Fulmarus, come from the terms of the Old Norse full meaning "fético" and sea meaning "gull." This denomination of "fetida gull" referred to its superficial resemblance with the seagulls and to its stomach oil; a substance composed of waxy esters and triglycerides that like other members of their family store in the proventriculus, and serves as a reserve of energy during their long flights and to feed their chicks, and also use it to defend itself by spraying it against predators.

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Inktober Day 17: Graceful

Grulla Coronada Cuelligrís/ Grey Crowned Crane (Balearica regulorum)

 

La Grulla Coronada Cuelligrís (Balearica regulorum) es un ave gruiforme de la familia Gruidae. Habita comúnmente en la sabana africana al sur del Sahara, aunque suele anidar en hábitats más húmedos. Se caracteriza por Sus grandes manchas alares blancas sobre el plumaje gris son visibles durante el vuelo y la exhibición.

 

Habita en pantanos, donde se alimenta de grandes insectos, ranas y sapos, cereales y otros vegetales. Vuela pesadamente, con el cuello y las patas algo caídos, y descansa en los árboles. Las parejas se exhiben con una danza a saltos y su fuerte reclamo a dos notas. 

The Grey Crowned Crane (Balearica regulorum) is a gruiforme bird of the family Gruidae. It habitually inhabits the African savannah in the south of the Sahara, although it usually nestles in more humid habitats. It is characterized by its large white winged spots on the gray plumage, which are visible during flight and exhibition.

 

It inhabits marshes, where it feeds on large insects, frogs and toads, cereals and other vegetables. It flies heavily, with its neck and legs somewhat fallen, and rests in the trees. The couples are exhibited with a dance in heels and their strong claim to two notes.

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Inktober Day 16: Fat

Codorniz californiana/ California Quail (Callipepla californica)

 

La Codorniz Californiana (Callipepla californica)​ es una especie de ave galliforme de la familia Odontophoridae originaria de California (Estados Unidos), y Baja California (México). Algunas parejas fueron llevadas a Chile alrededor del año 1870 aclimatándose en tan buena forma que hoy es un ave típica de los campos y quebradas chilenas en su zona de distribución.

The California Quail (Callipepla californica) is a species of galliforme bird of the family Odontophoridae native of California (United States), and Baja California (Mexico). Some couples were taken to Chile around the year 1870 acclimatizing in such a good way that today it is a typical bird of the Chilean fields and ravines in its distribution area.

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Inktober Day 15: Mysterious

Chocha Perdíz/ Eurasian Woodcock (Scolopax rusticola)


Esa forma extraña de su cabeza, esos ojos enormes, la manía de quedarse como piedra por largos momentos, el pico largo y fino, su plumaje con diseño de camuflaje intrincado, todo lo demás lo puedo dejar pasar, el misterio para mi es ¿porque camina bailando así? 😲 (ver video www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEISiC… )

 

La chocha perdiz (Scolopax rusticola), es una especie de ave limícola de la familia Scolopacidae. Es de tamaño medio, Presenta un pico fino y largo, con el que captura sus presas. Su plumaje, gracias al cual se camufla perfectamente en el medio, es de un tono pardo rojizo muy críptico, y está manchado de tonos pardos, ocres y negros. De hábitos estrictamente crepusculares, al anochecer sale a alimentarse a los humedales, principalmente de lombrices que captura hundiendo su largo y fino pico en la tierra, pero también come insectos, miriápodos, pequeños limacos y caracoles.

That strange form of his head, those huge eyes, the habit of remaining like stone for long moments, the long and thin beak, his plumage with intricate camouflage design, everything else I can let pass, the mystery for me is: why he walks dancing? 😲 (watch video www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEISiC… )

 

The Eurasian Woodcock (Scolopax rusticola), is a species of limicola bird of the family Scolopacidae. It is of medium size, has a long and fine beak, with which it captures its prey. Its plumage, thanks to which camouflages perfectly in the enviroment, is of a reddish brown tone very cryptic, and is stained of brown, ocher and black shades. Of strictly crepuscular habits, at dusk it leaves to feed on the wetlands, mainly of earthworms that it captures sinking its long and fine peak in the earth, but also eats insects, myriapods, small limacos and snails.

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Adoulie Featured By Owner 20 hours ago
Thank you for the watch! :)
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amaryllis-bloom Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Thanks very much for the watch! (Your art is incredible! :D Insane amount of detail!)
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ajscribbles Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2017  New Deviant Student Digital Artist
thank you so very much for the llama 
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So many thanks for your fav, Betsymar! :hug: Have a nice day!
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bear48 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2017  Professional


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Thank you for the fine Camelidae



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