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New book about Dadia reserve in Greece

Just received a book published by WWF Greece, which includes a
selection of scientific papers regarding the famous Dadia raptor reserve
in North-eastern Greece.
It is actually a systematic presentation of all studies carried out on this area
over the last 20 years.
I was privileged to be commisioned to illustrate this book.
All of the drawings have been done using a simple BIC ballpoint pen.
Attached, few of the illustrations.....

Griffon vulture


Francisco J. Hernández hat gesagt…
your first illustration I knew was a bearded vulture, .. I love de vultures. Fantastic illustrations !!
Daniel A. Skjauff hat gesagt…
I like this griffon vulture draving, It looks completely natural...
By the way:
I visited Crete in April and i saw one of your bearded vulture paintings in a brochure, from the museum of national history i think... very nice!
I now want to visit this reserve, looks interresting!
Paschalis Dougalis hat gesagt…
Thank you both Francisco & Daniel!
I'm really delighted to hear from your encounter young Gentleman!
Thanks for the feedback!

Fran A.H. Alvarado hat gesagt…
Hi, congratulations for your new book. Your drawings are beautiful. Great the Woodchat shrike of the previous entry. Impressive what you can do with a simple pen.
I also make wildlife art. I invite you to visit my blog: www.mirandolanarturaleza.blogspot.com
Regards, Fran
Lluís Sogorb hat gesagt…
Some time ago I follow your work because I think it's great. Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog.

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