Tufted Titmouse and Friends

This tiny bird is very hardy and manages to survive in the far north of America even in the bitterest of cold winters. They are clever birds who store food in cracks in tree bark or in holes, and they manage to remember – unlike squirrels – where they have left the food and can find it when they need it! They also have strong little legs which enable them to hang upside down while feeding, giving them an advantage when it comes to finding hidden insect eggs on the undersides of leaves!

In my video I show you how to sketch and paint this pretty little watercolor painting, complete with poppies, butterflies, bees and an ear or two of corn!


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