WEIGHING less than two grams, this bald wrinkly microbat is not about to save Gotham City. But it may be a hero of the animal underworld, able to blend with the shadows and catch insects in mid-flight.
There are lots of gifts in the Oz Wildlife Studio Shop for children and here are some suggestions to help you with your Christmas shopping.
I am thrilled to announce that Oz Wildlife Studio is running a Christmas Card competition which is open to children ages 7 to 12 who reside in Australia.
I recently treated myself to a small box of prismacolor pencils as I had read about how lovely and rich they were to use. I am itching to do a drawing but have not yet had the time. In the meantime, I have been drooling over the work by the talented colour pencil artists from
This is one of the top wildlife art competitions to enter and submissions are now being accepted for the 2013 competition. Going by last year’s winners, a wide range of styles and interpretations were selected so why not give it a go?
I have never had the courage to enter this competition but love looking at the winners’ artworks. Here are the winners of the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year Competition 2012 and again, the standard is incredibly high. Feast your eyes on some outstanding wildlife art and there are some interesting choices by the judges.
Here are the first three watercolour and pen paintings in my new series of “Fantasy Birds” artworks which are available as originals or limited edition prints. This idea has been at the back of my mind for a while and I am really pleased with how they have turned out.
For a great insight into some top insect macro photographers, pop over to the ePhotozine website where six of their photographers are interviewed and share their tips, techniques and camera gear.