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Illustrating Nature: How to Paint and Draw Plants and Animals (1982)

by Dorothea Barlowe, Sy Barlowe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 048629921X, Paperback)

A pair of professional artists offers valuable suggestions for realistic portrayals of flowers, animals, and other natural subjects. Detailed, step-by-step demonstrations use watercolors, oils, pencil, and other media. Over 400 illustrations offer specific tips sure to improve the techniques of both experts and hobbyists.

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Professional illustrators provide tips about choosing equipment and materials, and portraying the textures, details and movement of mammals, birds, fishes, insects, reptiles, and plants

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