First I did an owl. I wasn't really planning to do a scene, just put the water down on paper, so the composition is a bit weird. I decided to experiment further with more color and some colored pencil details. Important thing I learned: When doing a "real" illustration with this technique, take the time to stretch and tape down paper. It was a pain (and sad) to see some nice effects ruined by buckling paper. :(
As Junebug says, "This is a fox":
Lesson learned from fox: That waterproof ink really is waterproof. Once you put it down, it isn't coming off again.
I also did a few sketches of animals for my picture book.