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Artist // Hobbyist // Traditional Art
  • Nov 11
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  • Deviant for 5 years
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My better and more talented half, Miranda Herrick, is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund a book of her art. The book showcases the series "Works and Days 2", which consists of 365 colored non-representational drawings, one executed each day of 2017. Check it out! Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/pr… And for a better look at the drawings, take a look at her website: https://www.mirandaherrick.com… Thanks for looking!
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Reptiles and amphibians (or “herps”, for short) are a diverse and fascinating group of animals that provide many wonderful opportunities for photographers. Almost anywhere you go in the world, you have a chance of encountering some of these animals in the wild!      Taking photos of reptiles and amphibians has much in common with other forms of nature photography, with a few unique challenges of its own – the greatest of which is simply finding and approaching the animals in the first place. In this article I'm not going to talk about gear, settings, lighting or any of that technical stuff; I'm just going to talk about how
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Here are some links to the works of wildlife illustrators that I admire. John James Audubon - the Haitian-born self-taught naturalist-painter who made "wildlife art" a thing. Original editions of his "Birds of America" are among the most valuable books in the world. Edward Lear is primarily known as the writer of nonsense verse such as "The Owl and the Pussycat", but he was also an excellent and sensitive painter of wildlife (especially birds) and landscapes. Ernst Haeckel - scientist, philosopher, and illustrator - produced beautiful art-nouveau-inspired plates of sea creatures for his book Kunstformen der Natur. Beatrix Potter is, like
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Thank you for the fave!

Thank you so much for the fave!!!

Thank you for accepting nature's invitation to take a close look at the hoverfly    My B on a string 
Nature never lets us down  :LilyoftheValley:  Have a good weekend to come Nathan...