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  • Lindy
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    It was hard to get the proportions right and to show shading without using colour.  As others have said, because the bird isn't moving it's easier to observe.   I want to learn how to do this better because I think I'll be doing this a lot from photos at the beginning
    in reply to: Jump Right in! #746435
  • Lindy
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    I've often thought of including sketches in my travel journals over the years but rarely did it.  I saw this course and thought I might get some tips to motivate me.  Of course, I'm not travelling now and it's almost winter.  On top of that, I am at home recovering from surgery.  However , on the positive side, I have lots of time on my hands to try something new.  I'm hoping I can find things outside the window or in my backyard to get started.
  • Lindy
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    Hi!  I saw your question about the female red winged blackbird and I realized that I didn't know what it looked like either (very familiar with the male) The female is a mottled brown apparently.  I will look out for that when I am out near the marsh area where I see a lot of birds - Lindy
  • Lindy
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    Activity #3 Robins searching for worms Osprey hunting fish in the lake near us Song sparrow scratching for something in the shrubs (bugs?)
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