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Inktober Day 20: Canuck the Crow

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My favouriebirdcrimes story of all time features Canuck the Crow!

This little troublemaker got his infamous reputation for stealing a KNIFE from an active CRIME SCENE!


This also marks day 20 of Inktober!


He's widely adored in BC for his antics, being a wild crow that's not afraid of people, he routinely gets himself into all kinds of trouble. He's been missing for over a month, so I wanted to draw up a little tribute to help signal boost. Hopefully more people will help keep an eye out for him. I hope he's okay!


If you're interested in purchasing a print of this artwork, I sell small 6x9" prints on my Etsy store for around $15-20 CDN with free worldwide shipping! These should be available for purchase by mid-November if you're interested in supporting my work, but there's lots of other stuff there in the meantime!

etsy.com/shop/sabtastic

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"peace was never an option"

This is so

CUTEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I love ravens and crows. Great job with this. I've viewing all of your birdies here and they are pretty cute.

I hope they find him eventually... His family misses him

Lol! You are great! Keep being awesome!

Another interesting piece and it's nice to see the group of crows reference from @shadowflarexl and @Sabtastic. Wonder if any ravens made the news?

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