Childhood Memories III:  Ride the Escaping Quagga by Bunny Clarke
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What the heck is a Quagga? You may have seen a picture of one in an encyclopedia or somewhere on the web. The last Quagga was in the London Zoo and died in 1870. They originally came from the drier parts of Southern Africa. In 2005, through selective breeding of regional Zebras from extensive studies of the DNA, a male Quagga foal was born in the same region. In 2006, they were on to their third generation. Trying to bring back what was lost. I think they are exquisite. I hope you enjoyed this fun little work as a carousel horse. :o)

Created on my iPad in ArtRage based on sketches I had made previously. I did the post work in Photoshop. Total time, about 4 hours.

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I try to create images that will touch your heart or soul and make them go “twang”. Eye candy for the soul is my goal. :o)

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  • Lyle Hatch
    Lyle Hatchabout 2 years ago

    Very, very cool!

  • Thank you Lyle. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • lacitrouille
    lacitrouilleabout 2 years ago

    Glorious colours and magical image.

  • Thank you so much sweetie. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorabout 2 years ago

    beautiful work Bunny! :) …i’ve never heard of a Quagga before, very interesting and sad they became extinct.

  • Actually, as my story says, they have managed to do some selective breeding from Zebras and have reproduced their first few generations. I’m glad they have been able to get these beautiful animals back into the world once again. Thank you Karin. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1about 2 years ago

    Marvellous work, Bunny

  • Thank you Shulie. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorabout 2 years ago

    oh apologies Bunny, I misunderstood and didn’t realise they’d been successful in breeding them.

  • LOL! I hope I didn’t sound like a crabby old lady. Thank you so much dear Karin. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Diane Johnson-Mosley
    Diane Johnson-...about 2 years ago

    This is simply wonderful, love the colors!

  • Thank you Diane. I had a great time doing this too. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Boccioni
    Boccioniabout 2 years ago

    Nice color!

  • Thank you. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Madalena Lobao-Tello
    Madalena Lobao...about 2 years ago

    Great work, love how you have done this!!!

  • Thank you so much Madalena. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Sassafras
    Sassafrasabout 2 years ago

    I find this glorious…your work to bring this to light is excellent. Thank you.
    Peace,
    sass

  • Thank you Sass. This was a planned work over about 2 years. It just finally came together. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorabout 2 years ago

    Magical!! :)

  • Thank you. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

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