Acorn Woodpeckers: Studies For Wildlife Artists by Al Lodwick

By Al Lodwick

This publication includes 36 photos of Acorn Woodpeckers and their traditional habitat within the highlands of imperative Arizona. Depicted are facial expressions, postures and flight styles which are tricky for natural world artists to depict safely with no the help of images. The textual content describes Acorn Woodpeckers actual features, atmosphere and behavior. feedback are provided for accuracy in portraying a number of the seasons of the yr. The images and observation can be loved via these drawn to the subject yet no longer utilizing it produce works of art.

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