Stonechat (Saxicola torquata) territorial boundaries marked by song. They start singing a couple of weeks before nesting, to occupy the best breeding territory. To illustrate this territorial behaviour I had to paint the Stonechats more dense like they live in the nature. Watercolour painting, A4 -size
This painting required a very precise sketching. So before starting to work I made a photo with the birding equipments: spotting scope, binocular, field guide books, notebook, digital camera, GPS tracker, head lamp. After finishing with the laborious sketching, I … Continue reading
My next landscape painting illustrating the Lesser Spotted Eagles (Aquila pomarina) territorial establishment. Size A4, watercolour.
I just finished two new landscape paintings. They illustrating two different Transylvanian habitats with specific birds. Birds list: Buteo buteo, Pica pica, Perdix perdix Birds list: Alauda arvensis, Vanellus vanellus
Watercolor painting of The European Greenfinch (Carduelis chloris). Illustrating the differences between the male female and juvenile bird.