Here we go with a second round of bird wood burning/ drawings. This is a Townsend’s Warbler, a very active bird around my area. I’m working from a photo that I took last February during the same ice storm as the Chestnut Backed Chickadee. This little male has a lovely profile but his tail end is actually facing me. I’ll be attempting to get all those delicate fluffy feathers and strong wing and tail working in an appropriate manner. Time will tell! I have lots of burning ahead.
The wood is a plywood cut as a 9 inch square. Wood burner is from Walnut Hollow.
2 thoughts on “Warbler Start”
Beautiful. I love your wood burning drawings! I can’t wait to see more.
Thanks Nancy! I’m looking forward to working on more!