Birds are the aesthetic masterpieces of nature. Bring some to life with your colored pencils, markers, or even watercolor paint, now in a convenient, portable pocket size! Containing 20 pull-out pages of astounding drawings inspired by illustrator Georgie Woolridge's travels in India and around the world, each stunningly intricate drawing incorporates swirling paisley patterns and other local designs inspired by the styles in Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. By easing you out of your thoughts and into another world, coloring these beautiful images becomes a practical exercise in mindfulness that anyone can adopt, regardless of skill level.
Each illustration is accompanied by a brief paragraph about the bird and its habitat, in addition to a helpful introduction with hints and tips about drawing, coloring, and the various effects that you can achieve by using different coloring tools. Go ahead and ruffle some feathers!
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Product dimensions:||4.70(w) x 6.30(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
GEORGIE WOOLRIDGE is an artist who studied Art Foundation and Woven Textiles, graduating from Loughborough University in 2010. She most identifies with art that captures color and movement, especially intricate patterns. She is the author of Birds, Waterlife, and Animals. She lives in the UK.