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First Impressions (Wildlife Art Series)

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    Lisa Hooper(Author Illustrator)

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  • PDF | 176 pages
  • Lisa Hooper(Author Illustrator)
  • Langford Press (13 Aug. 2014)
  • English
  • 9
  • Art, Architecture & Photography

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  • By robbie on 12 September 2014

    Langford Press wildlife art books are always of a remarkably high standard and this is no exception. Lisa Hooper is a print-maker from South-west Scotland,m specializing in wildlife, especially birds, and wild landscapes. This book focuses largely on birds and Lisa takes us through the print-making process with clear descriptions, often illustrated by a sequence of images of the print being made and printed, and the completed print, to show just how she does it Some techniques are familiar - etching, linocuts etc - but even these are developed in various ways, and others are probably new to most readers - from simple relief prints to collagraphs, monotypes, and woodblock printing with a variety of Japanese forms. The technical side is fascinating and will inspire others to have a go, surely, but even if you are not a prospective printmaker, you will enjoy simply browsing the lovely pictures in this book- bold and colourful to exceptionally subtle and delicate works. Try it! Rob Hume.

  • By Mark Winter on 31 December 2014

    Marvelous book. I already knew Lisa Hooper's work and think this book to be a lovely introduction to it. Her writings about her attitudes to wildlife and underlying philosophy make fascinating reading.

  • By nignoggle on 28 April 2015

    Wonderful book.

  • By Guest on 14 May 2016

    An excellent book

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