This odd-eyed cat.
An absolutely spectacular watercolor frame surrounds this hyperrealism cat with two different colored eyes. This odd-eyed trait is most commonly found in white cats but can effect cats of all colors. Odd-eyed cats are often born with two matching eyes, only later does one eye change color. (Photo: Maria Kjeldsen)
This abstract peacock.
Genius. (Photo: Malaika)
This epic elephant.
This yellow-tusked elephant has a heart on it’s ear. (Photo: Schwein)
This pretty panda.
We’re not sure if this actually qualifies as watercolor but it sure is beautiful. (Photo: Inked Féline)
Here we have a butterfly design with a subtle pattern covering the wings. (Photo: Kreepy Tiki)
This dragonfly design.
This geometric stag.
This geometric stag features what looks like a dotwork spider web connecting the tips of it’s antlers. (Photo: Angelianna Koro)
This large leopard.
Another well executed leopard design. (Photo: Frankie Oneshot)
This beautiful blue jay.
Fun fact: Blue Jays aren’t blue. Their feathers are actually brown but the way they scatter light causes them to appear blue. (Photo: Hami Iffy-Négyökrű)