GET BACK DOWN to earth next time you visit a reserve: leave the digital camera at
home and re-charge your batteries by plugging in to the world of nature.
In this practical guide to drawing wildlife, Richard Bell shows how to keep things
refreshingly simple when you set out with pen, sketchbook and watercolours.
Title: Drawing on Reserves
Publication: May 2008
Author: Richard Bell
Size: 170mm x 120mm
Pages: 64pp;full colour; watercolour,pen etc.
Ducks and Dragonflies . . . Flowers and Fruits . . . Landscapes and Lichens . . .
Watercolours . . . sketchbooks . . . nature journals . . . art bag
“Drawing on Reserves is a practical guide to drawing wildlife by illustrator
Richard Bell. In this pocket-sized guide, he shows how to keep things simple when
setting out for the outdoors with pen, sketchbook and watercolours. He includes examples
from his sketchbooks of flowers and fungi, birds and butterflies and more. The book
features a number of Yorkshire reserves including Bempton Cliffs, Fairburn Ings and
Post free in the U.K. Please let me know if you would like me to send a copy further afield.