Arrrrrooooo! Let’s draw wolves.
May 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am PDT
How Lobo can you go? There will be a lot of tips packed into this class.
Today, we are drawing wolves with Jack in anticipation of the Northern Rockies Nature Journaling’s rendezvous in Yellowstone National Park! Let’s look at anatomy and hair patterns to help us quickly and accurately draw wolves. These tips will also help you draw other wild canids.
About Northern Rockies Nature Journaling’s rendezvous in Yellowstone National Park
A rare opportunity for immersive nature journaling in America” ‘s first national park. With highly skilled guides and naturalists, we will journal pristine land, wildlife, flowers, thermals, and the caldera of a volcano! In addition, we will go in search of wolves and grizzly bears. Limited spots available. Registration and more details at northernrockinesnaturejournaling.org
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If you are new to Zoom or are having trouble with the meeting controls, please see these notes and suggestions on Zoom Tips for Online Classes with John Muir Laws to help you get more out of the online workshop. When possible I will also make a recording of the workshop and post it on my blog. I look forward to seeing you there!
- Your Journal and favorite drawing materials. Taking notes while you watch and participate will help you remember the new techniques and incorporate them into your journaling.
- Your sense of humor!