Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Bird Life Sketches

Black Cap

These sketches are in my Stillman & Birn 9" x 12" Delta Series sketchbook.  The ivory paper and spiral binding don't make for easy scanning.

Jay

You've probably been wondering where I've been.  Well I've been wondering myself.  I think I'm back now.

12 comments:

Cathy Gatland said...

Love these bird sketches, the Black Cap especially is beautifully captured. Happy you're back!

Bridget Hunter said...

I love the way you've caught them with seeming ease - fresh and simple - yet I bet you worked hard to get that effect. Lovely

dinahmow said...

Well, I'm pleased to see you and your little birds. Hope all's well.

Sharon Whitley said...

If you're familiar with my blog you'll know I'm a huge bird fan! love both of these sketches the Jay especially!

Katherine Tyrrell said...

Very simple and very effective! The jay looks very good.

Jeanette said...

We must be on the same bird kick. Perhaps its a sign of an early spring.

Lovely,sensitive mark making Robyn.

Felicity said...

Wonderful sketches, Robyn! The jays are so elusive, aren't they? I can't even get a photo in the rare times I spot them.

Robyn Sinclair said...

Many thanks everyone for your encouragement.
Felicity, the Jays are elusive. This one was photographed in Poole, Dorset. I've never managed to get one into our garden here in Tuscany but I do see them sometimes on my morning walks.

Joan T said...

Great job on the little creatures! I'm glad to see you posting again. Ciao!

Sue Pownall said...

Your drawing of the Jay is lovely.

Welcome back.

Andrew Jason said...
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Robyn Sinclair said...

Thanks, Joan. Are you clear of snow yet?

Hi Sue, always lovely to have you drop in.

Hello Andrew, thank you for your kind comment.

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