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These images show more of my work for the information boards at the RSPB’s Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve.

Interesting fact: The moorhens are referred to as a ‘plump of moorhens’.

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Another quick update: Here are some images I’ve been working on for the RSPB’s Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve. They will be illustrating the text on the information boards around the reserve.

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I realised it has been ages since I last updated my blog, so here’s one of the things I’ve been doing. As I showed in a previous post, I took a Picture Books for Children short course, during which I planned a tale about some kidnapping giant cats.
My original final images were made in colour and didn’t quite work out. These are my attempt to use minimal amounts of colour, whilst retaining the magic and mystique of the story!

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The first two drawings were made for RSPB booklets, The one with the robin was to go with a piece of text about the importance of hedgerows. and the basking shark picture was to go into a ‘campaign champion’ booklet for new volunteers, introducing them to the role. There were a few more drawings in this booklet but I put up the shark as it is my favourite image!

The last image is of a ‘cartoony’ parakeet, which was used as part of a children’s activity about different bird beaks.

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These images are from work I made on my ‘picture books for children’ course. My story involves children, cats, kidnap and egypt. The images here are from my dummy rough, drawn with pencil and black ink.

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