Day 249 -More birds



This is a leftover bit of Sketchbookskool homework I just finished up. One of Cathy Johnson’s assignments was bird drawing. I seem to have gotten stuck there. This is done with caran d’ache watercolor crayons in my Stillman and Birn zeta.

The Stillman and Birn Zeta rivals Strathmore 500 Mixed Media art journals for great paper to work on. It’s much whiter and about the same price. Only problem. I have to get them in Atlanta. Sigh. Nowhere to be bought in Augusta Ga. I can get the Strathmore at Michaels and Hobby Lobby. 

Cardinals frequent my feeder and are a big favorite of mine and most other backyard birders. The males that visit my feeder are more salmon colored than red.

Background cerulean, pen is a Noodler flex pen loaded with de Atremis brown document. I love that color!  Double lines done with my sepia brown Pitt pen. And for once no mistake to cover up with the ledger paper. I just thought it would be a nice addition. I did want to add Washi take but couldn’t find any the right size or color so NO Washi tape. 

Thanks for looking!!

Thanks for looking. 

2 thoughts on “Day 249 -More birds

  1. snicklefritzin43 says:

    Maggie, I Love your bird sketches…they are magnificent…and today are birds that never are seen at my home in Montana and seeing them is truly a gift! Thanks for sharing all of your beautiful work Kristin

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  2. Margaret Hunt says:

    Thanks Kristin!! You are too sweet…I can actually look out my back window at a whole flock of them on the river for some reason…fishing for something. They seem to congregate around here in parking lots…NO idea why…I know they are also fond of local dumps. Strange isnt it?? Give them a while…they will be in Montana in the summer!! They never used to be here either.

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