Artist Chow Martin has created some unique and creepy pieces of work for his Tank Series. The drawings are mostly rendered in ink but charcoal and oil have been used in some of them. Each one highlights Martin's excellent understanding of anatomical structures and proportions even if the works introduce highly surreal elements. Looking as if they have been stripped down to their bones, these animals look otherworldly. Martin then rebuilds them, adding distinct details that seem to make appearances in nearly all of his pieces.
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