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Husky Infographic by dridgett Husky Infographic by dridgett
A Siberian Husky infographic. I've always wanted to have a go at making one of these, so I finally bit the bullet and did it. I started off reading some online resources and just went from there.

Towards the end Illustrator crashed and I couldn't open my file anymore, that was quite a stressful moment. I ended up getting the idea to open the ai file in acrobat as a pdf, saving it as a new pdf, and then opening that pdf in Illustrator. Which mean I lost all of my layers, but hell it was better that than the alternative.

Of course I originally posted it on MyHusky, and I've also set up a new MyHusky page on Facebook, so get other there and like me.

I just realised I probably need to clarify the husky logo at the top. I didn't draw it (pffft I wish I drew it). It is the husky that I use as the logo on MyHusky.
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animallover1990 Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
you have a great web sight/blog on husky's if your interested in another sight to learn more abought them its [link]
me love huskies =w= nice design ^0^
PaxAeterna May 17, 2011  Student General Artist
This looks great. Love seeing good design.
Czertice May 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
This is great, literally:] Thank you for the info, do I get it right that there is less and less huskies registered each year? Why is that?
dridgett May 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Well those stats are specifically for Australia. I think it's all cyclical, because in 1996 the registrations were rather low, and then they jumped up heaps in 1998, then slowly came back down again. There will probably be another huge influx of registrations next year I'd say.
Czertice May 21, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I see. And isn't it too hot for huskies in Australia? The show type has so much fur...
dridgett May 21, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Actually their fur insulates against the heat just as much as it does against the cold. It's only when the heat really gets up high thirties - forty degrees that there is a problem, and that is a problem for most breeds anyway.
Czertice May 22, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I haven't thought of that. My wolfdog's winter fur insulates perfectly, but despite that she sheds almost all of it for summer;]
Elkenar May 16, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is very good and useful! Thank you for making and sharing this.
DrunkardHu May 15, 2011   Filmographer
That is really nice and easy to get to the point. I think you did really good with this.
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