G is for Gorilla


A real favourite.  The larger ‘G’ on its side screams Gorilla to me.

With an estimated 280 individuals left in the world, the Critically Endangered Cross River gorilla is Africa’s most threatened great ape. Living in the highlands of Cameroon on the border with Nigeria, they have been hunted for years by local residents, making them very wary of humans.
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2 Responses to G is for Gorilla

  1. Fc says:

    Brilliant. Extra points if you fade it at the top of the overturned G to get a silverback.

    • Tony Davidson says:

      that’s the kind of detail and craft that will make the project better. anyone found a large ‘G’ in their collection that could make the body?

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