59 lines of varying length, curvatures and bends, intersecting to outline 60 areas, forming shapes and scenery on the dark-lit plain paper background. The topmost layer consists of 17 of those shapes filled in a solid colour, black in this case, so that each of the remaining areas from the original drawing is directly adjacent to at least one of them. The initial thin lines pattern is covered with a thicker wavy black stroke. Two copies of that layer, respectively coloured red and orange, were scaled, rotated, and then with it altogether interwoven around and under the solid colour areas, adding perspective and dept to the shapes and scenery.
Check out the site’s gallery page for the full image and more Badly Drawn Animals.