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The Wildlife Artist's Handbook

The Wildlife Artist's Handbook

Jackie Garner

Art has always been inspired by the wildlife around us. Since earliest times we have been continually fascinated by both wildlife and the challenge of representing it. This book sets the scene of how wildlife has been portrayed in art and guides the reader through the principles of practical drawing and painting wildlife. It covers recommended equipment, techniques, fieldcraft, composition and anatomy, and offers help for those wishing to exhibit their work.

Suggests how to begin to draw wildlife and then to add colour.

Advises on how to draw a constantly moving subject and how to capture the moment.

Gives clear instruction on anatomy and composition.

Suggests how to paint outdoors and how to use photography and museum collections.

Gives inspiration and insights into printmaking and sculpture.

Gives practical advice on exhibiting and selling wildlife art.

Showcases inspiring images, in a range of styles, from over twenty leading artists. 174 pages.

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