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Natural History Illustration in Pen and Ink

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This beautiful book by Sarah Morrish combines the author’s extensive ecological knowledge with art, and her passion for drawing with ink. It is packed with clear instruction and inspirational illustrations, and will be treasured by artists, illustrators, scientists and ecologists alike.

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This beautiful book by Sarah Morrish combines the author’s extensive ecological knowledge with art, and her passion for drawing with ink. It is packed with clear instruction and inspirational illustrations, and will be treasured by artists, illustrators, scientists and ecologists alike.

Practical advice is given on using a range of materials and equipment for illustrating in pen and ink, as well as the collection and preservation of subject matter and reference material. Detailed instruction is given on how to create essential mark-making techniques that will enhance your illustrations through accurate depiction of shape, form, texture and pattern, and in the principles and elements of design. Subject-themed chapters include plants, strandline and marine specimens, fossils, invertebrates, and mammals. There are step-by-step exercises suitable for all skill levels, and case studies describing working practice as a professional illustrator.

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 208 pages

Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 22 x 1.27 x 27.99 cm

As part of our programme of workshops and events to compliment our exhibition Dame Vera Lynn: An Extraordinary Life (8 January – 18 April), we have a workshop with with the author and illustrator Sarah Moorish in April 2022 ‘Botanical Art – Spring Flowers in Watercolour’.

More details here

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This beautiful book by Sarah Morrish combines the author’s extensive ecological knowledge with art, and her passion for drawing with ink. It is packed with clear instruction and inspirational illustrations, and will be treasured by artists, illustrators, scientists and ecologists alike.

Practical advice is given on using a range of materials and equipment for illustrating in pen and ink, as well as the collection and preservation of subject matter and reference material. Detailed instruction is given on how to create essential mark-making techniques that will enhance your illustrations through accurate depiction of shape, form, texture and pattern, and in the principles and elements of design. Subject-themed chapters include plants, strandline and marine specimens, fossils, invertebrates, and mammals. There are step-by-step exercises suitable for all skill levels, and case studies describing working practice as a professional illustrator.

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 208 pages

Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 22 x 1.27 x 27.99 cm

As part of our programme of workshops and events to compliment our exhibition Dame Vera Lynn: An Extraordinary Life (8 January – 18 April), we have a workshop with with the author and illustrator Sarah Moorish in April 2022 ‘Botanical Art – Spring Flowers in Watercolour’.

More details here