An older commission for Watergazer of a character from her novel.
It might be hard to tell from the images, but her stripes are etched in and lower than the surrounding clay. I etched and textured them to appear as flayed flesh, symbolic toward the atrocities against the thylacine. Though the intended figure is stone, it might as well be her flesh flayed, with exposed tendons. Her silent statement to the world which wronged her and her kind.
Echohowl is a thylacine, otherwise known as a tasmanian tiger or tasmanian wolf.
Echohowl is copyright to Watergazer and the art and concept is copyright to me.