Include patterns, Reference Photos, Measurements and book III only has some Painting guides
Reference Guide to Waterfowl I
includes patterns for Green Winged Teal, Blue Winged Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Gadwall, Wood Duck, Pintail, Hooded Merganser, Canada Goose.
Reference Guide to Waterfowl III
includes patterns for Black Duck Drake, Bufflehead Hen, Ring-necked Duck Hen & Drake, Lesser Scaup Drake, Oldsquaw Drake and American Wigeon Drake.
Reference Guide To Songbirds
Includes patterns, measurements and pictures for American Goldfinch, Black Capped Chickadee, Carolina Wren, American Robin, White Breasted Nuthatch, purple Finch, Eastern Bluebird, Blue Jay
Reference Guide to Songbirds II
Includes patterns, measurement Chart, Color Guide and pictures for Belted Kingfisher, Cedar Waxwing, Common Yellowthroat, downy Woodpecker, Eastern Meadowlark, Magnolia Warbler, White Crowned Sparrow and Ruby Throated Hummingbird
Reference Guide to Shorebirds (missing pattern for Avocet & Marbled Godnit) this one $18.95
Includes patterns, measurement Chart, Color Guide and pictures for Greater Yellowlegs, Black-bellied Plover, American Golden Plover, Ruddy Turnstone, Dunlin, Long-billed Curlew.
By David Mohrhardt
includes measurements of
Length, wing, tail, bill, tarsus, middle toe, eye size
red tail hawk, scaled quail, northern bobwhite, mountain & California Quail, ring necked pheasant, greater Prairie Chicken, green heron, purple Gallinule, roseate spoonbill, american avocet, killdeer, greater yellowlegs, red knot, solitary sandpiper, sanderling, semipalmated plover, laughing gull, herring gull, mourning dove, great horned owl
Hard Cover (used)
BY David Mohrhardt
The nationally known artist, Beebe Hopper, shows the reader an easy way to paint realistic feathers on carvings of shore birds. Following the instructions, drawings and color photographs in this latest of Beebe Hopper’s instructional books, anyone who can hold a paintbrush can quickly master the rendering of realistic feathers. The techniques can be used on textured carvings, carvings with the feather patterns burned in, or on smooth surfaces. They also can be used on canvas or other surfaces, with oils, acrylics, or watercolors. The patterns and techniques are given for painting the following ten shorebird varieties: killdeer, sanderling, ruddy turnstone, long-billed curlew, spotted sandpiper, dunlin, golden plover, avocet, red phalarope, and woodcock. This helpful book is for all artists of birds by one of the best.
Contains pictures with paint used for Woodduck (side pocket), Pintail (tertial), Mallard (Drake), Mallard (blank), Woodduck (tertial), Turkey , Mallard (hen), Parrot (tail feather), Large Woodduck (blank)
Template pattern of Pintail, Mallard, Turkey, Woodduck (side Pocket), Woodduck (tertial) and large Woodduck (tertial)
Instruction sheet on woodburning and painting a Turkey feather with an air Brush
A reissued classic, this collection contains detailed, sketched wing studies for more than 215 different birds.
Step by Step instructions, patterns and detailed painting guide by a renowned master of the art.
By Bruce Burk
includes Male & Female
Canvasback, Rdhead, Lesser & Greater Scaup, Harlequin, American Goldeneye , Barrows Goldeneye , American Goldeneye, Bufflehead, Ring necked , Ruddy , Oldsquaw, Hooded Merganser
By William Powell
This comprehensive guide will teach you what color is, how it works, and how to make it work for you in your paintings. Includes in-depth information on color theory, important properties of color and light, and the fundamentals of color mixing
A long-time favorite subject for carvers is that of beautiful birds and other wildlife. This exciting collection of realistic projects for dedicated carvers features20 stunning patterns of a wide range of birds, including a great blue heron, house wren, mourning dove, wild turkey, and so much more. With helpful instructions and detailed patterns for each project, also included are a few animal carving designs for a mountain lion, bear, and wild horse. From ducks, geese, and songbirds to birds of prey and shorebirds, Carving Wildlife in Wood is a must-have source of inspiration for passionate carvers with a love for nature!
Carving Patterns and Photos by Cam Merkle – Volume 2, Songbirds.
24 different patterns for 20 species of songbirds. Included for each species are great reference photos that you’ll find invaluable when carving and painting your project. Also includes short carving tips to help you avoid common mistakes, as well as a bit of interesting trivia for each species.
Includes patterns and photos for: ◦American Robin
44 pages, 163 colour photos. 11×17″ Coil-bound.
by Cam Merkle
Carving Patterns and Photos by Cam Merkle – Volume 1, Waterfowl and Shorebirds.
19 different patterns for 16 species of waterfowl and shorebirds. Included for each species are great reference photos that you’ll find invaluable when carving and painting your project. Also includes short carving tips to help you avoid common mistakes, as well as a bit of interesting trivia for each species.
Includes patterns and photos for: ◦American Avocet
◦Canada Goose, 2 patterns
◦Common Loon, 2 patterns
◦Great Blue Heron
◦Labrador Duck Drake and Hen
◦Ruddy Duck Drake
◦Wood Duck Drake
36 pages, 54 colour photos. 11×17″ Coil-bound.
By Cam Merkle
Patterns and Instructions
by H D Green
includes patterns Downy, Red Headed Woodpecker, Brown Thrasher, Lichtensteins Oriole, Yellow headed Blackbird, Eastern Bluebird, Chickadee, Bobwhite, Pigeon Hawk, Sparrow Hawk, Bald eagle, Wilson Plover, Laughing Gull
This is a Used Book
For more than 200 years the world has accepted that red, yellow and blue–the artists primaries–give new colors when mixed. And for more than 200 years artists have been struggling to mix colors on this basis.
This book has changed the way that artists and all who use color think about color mixing. Translated into many languages it offers, for the first time, a way of thinking and working which replaces all that has gone before it. With sales of over 400,000 copies worldwide it has become the standard reference book on this subject.
By unravelling the many ambiguities and myths inherent in the established way of working, Michael Wilcox has transformed color mixing from a haphazard affair into a thinking process.
The sequel to the original Blue and Yellow Don’t Make Green this updated and fully revised edition is packed with newly researched information. An extra 80 pages, new layout, new information on the transparency and make up of colors, and many new color swatches make this the ultimate guide to all who use and mix color.