Trying out my new pigment liners, while trying to capture the life at around a deep sea vent, also called “black smokers”. They occur on the bottom of the ocean, typically at locations where tectonic plates are diverging and a new crust is formed. Hot water filled with dissolved minerals emerges from the bottom and delivers “food” for bacteria. These again are eaten by higher organisms, like amphipods, tube worms and other invertebrates.
A small illustration for Ana Sofia Ferreira trying to visualize her Phd topic.
I made a small illustration for a blog post about a new research paper written by Samuel Hylander and coworkers of the CAnMove group in Lund, Sweden. View the blog post here CAnMove group