The artworks herein displayed are the studies/sketches of New Zealand's birds I have developed for an upcoming wedding. They are the origin on the seat maps and bird plates I posted previously.
The watercolour plates were done in Photoshop and  derive from photographs researched in the web (eg, Craig McKenzie for Orokonui Ecosanctuary) and mainly the volume by Sir Walter Buller (born 1838) depicting the birds of the NZ, published by the end of the XIXth Century.
Bell Bird, after a photograph
Bell Bird, after a photograph
Fantail, after a photograph
Fantail, after a photograph
Huia, after a photograph
Tomtit, after a photograph
Kaka, after Buller's
Kakapo after Buller's
Kea, after Buller's
Kea flies, from photograph
Kiwi, after Buller's
Kiwi, after Buller's
King Kiwi Sniffs Sunflower. Just a joke!
NZ Pigeon, after vintage plate
NZ pigeon flies, after a photograph
NZ pigeon, after a photograph
Little Blue Penguin, after a photograph
Weka, after Buller's
Takahe, after a photograph
Takahe, after a photograph
Takahe, after a photograph
Takahe, after Buller's
Takahe, after a photograph
Tui of flax, after a photograph @Zoomology Blog!
Tui on flax, after photograph by Craig McKenzie@Orokonui Sanctuary
Tui of flax, after above photograph @Zoomology Blog, on white background.
Tui on flax
Tui

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