William Grill is an English Illustrator who recently released a book The Wolves of Currumpaw and his sketches are fascinating. William spent a week in New Mexico, where he sketched at a wolf sanctuary. The story is based on Lobo the Wolf and Thomas Seton seeking him out to kill him for a reward. View more of his sketches on the Guardian.
Each morning I woke to the sound of around 50 wolves howling in chorus, they knew breakfast would be due soon.
All of his sketches and final art is completed with colored pencils, and I love the quality of them.
At first drawings started off very loose and gestural, I forgot how quick you have to be to capture a figure as it moves. You can feel self-conscious drawing this way but there’s certain honesty to a drawing done in a few seconds