This is the way I was taught when I worked in a pro kitchen. Much better than cutting the meat and letting the juices spill out.
Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits. Snowy mountain peaks and thick forests become the shaggy fur of wolves and foxes, and even the northern lights appear through the silhouette of a polar bear. Lie is undoubtedly influenced by his surroundings in Bergen, Norway, a coastal city surrounded by seven mountains.:
double exposures by andreas lie
Stippling could be a good technique to use as it allows for strong tonal work whilst still keeping simplicity.