Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Tawny frogmouth - Alissa Duke



In the past few weeks I have drawn a tawny frogmouth feather (found on ground - species unknown at the time of drawing), a tawny frogmouth at the museum and today a few drawings from photographs. My brother took photographs of a tawny frogmouth family he saw at Christmas time in Queensland. He has a super camera with great lenses. I have never seen a chick before, let along three on branch.

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  1. Wonderful sketches, Alissa. They look so characterful.

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  2. What great sketches. I would love to see a Tawny Frogmouth in person.

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  3. I love the line work and the loose style. You have totally captured the Tawny Frogmouth - I remember seeing these in a zoo and doing some pencil sketches. Such a fun, fluffy bird :)

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  4. Lovely sketches, Alissa, and so sweet.

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  5. GREAT sketches Alissa! Very endearing...

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