Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the winter issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated the 16 most well-known native forest animals species. My graphics are accompanied by photos and some really interesting information.
The 16 forest animals I illustrated are badger, fallow buck, squirrel, otter, fox, hare, hedgehog, rabbit, marten, racoon dog, roebuck, red deer, dormouse, forest mouse, racoon and wild boar. I drew them in shades of grey, so marking and habit are a little clearer and easier to compare to each other. After Leaves, Tracks, Birds, Trees and Fruits, this is already the sixth time I’m drwaing for the »Waldstück« – and I enjoy the researches, the illustrations and the way nature graphics enrich the way you look at the outdoors world and discover things, more and more every time! :)
Thanks to Christian Talla, who edits the posters (and the whole magazine) so lovingly, and to Stephan Averbeck from Niedersächsische Landesforsten, whose expert advice always helps a lot, for this great cooperation!
Furthermore, I am happy that Niedersächische Landesforsten encourages me to further use the graphics, so there will be another Poster soon – in my very own layout, going well together with my leaves, tracks and birds posters!