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I should imagine in the 1650s that anyone trying to describe the rhino, particularly the Indian Rhino, would have found it hard for people to envisage, I can understand how all the armour plating came about. For the rhino challenge.
Design credits:
Produced in DSA2 using kit Debonair from Across the Pond and misc elements and overlay from Rosey Posey kits. Woodcut image of rhino from the internet and taken from the book in the title

Comments for this page: (view all 5 comments)
Pelle says:
Mar 2, 2012
neeltje says:
Wonderful and creative Rhino page, thank you for posting in the challenge
Feb 29, 2012
inkyD says:
A fantastic job on the hide as a BG, love the stitched edge & the woodcut image of the rhino - your edits enhance the sense of the armour plated hide!A fantastic page for this magnificent beast scrapped, as always, with superb imagination & artistic flair.I admire your work & style Gwyneth & your courage for avoiding the obvious.A brilliant portrayal of the rhino as perceived in the mid 17thC xxx
Feb 29, 2012
Lavender Passion says:
Great Rhino page! God bless!
Feb 28, 2012
LadynRed_44 says:
Great Rhino Page!
Feb 28, 2012
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