October 2, 2006
Posted by: Mark Siegel
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Some pretty cool wolves from my sketchbooks. What’s that you say? There’s no wolves in Journey into Mohawk Country? You’re right. I had really wanted to put some in, but couldn’t find a place. I practiced drawing them a lot, though, just in case.