When you say garden you also say butterflies and bugs. In my opponion the butterflies act as poetic flying flowers and along with the other colorful little animals they bring the garden life, movement and color.
Here in the book you will learn 14 different birds in many different styles of Ink and wash. All the way from the small Bluebird to the mythical Raven you will learn to create vibrant and personal birdies for your garden sketches.
Releasedate in US and Canada is april 23th 2024. If you are placed anywhere else in the world it might take longer though (But I promise its worth the wait)
You can already now preorder Ink and wash in the Garden in several different places and I have collected a few links for you right here.
releasedate april 23th 2024
+ Amazon CA
+ Amazon UK
+ Barnes and Noble
+ Indie Bound
+ Books Inc.
+ Amazon.de (Europe)
Fun things are going to happen in the months leading up to the release. Seriously I cant wait! It's going to be a monthlong celebration!
So make sure to save your receipt when you preorder. I'll let you know what to do with it later. For now just make sure to save it.
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While you read along and do the excercises you also dive into a style that embraces imperfections, proces and intution. It's a great starting point to develop your skills as an artist.
You develop your skills organicly while you work your way through the projects. You learn something new every time.
14 birdies in ink and wash ranging from cute little garden friends to mystical Ravens and grumpy Blackbirds and 11 Butterflies, Bumblebees and other cute bugs to pair with your floral sketches.
This book is perfect for everybody wanting to try their hand with animals (and flowers) in line and wash. Wether you are a complete beginner or an artist in line or watercolor you can learn something new in this book.
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