Welcome back to Wildife Sketches blog from David.

First of all, welcome back everyone, sorry that the blog has been down for a while but we are now back and hopefully will be posting with regular articles, pictures and updates.

It has been a strange year for me, with many twists and turns taking me in some unusual directions. With the economy being fairly quiet it has been a good time to experiment and try a few new things.  Don’t worry for those of you who are keen passionate collectors of my wildlife work, this will continue as before.

One direction I found myself taking this year was more of a return journey when I found myself once again drawing tribal people. I have had a commission outstanding for some time from my previous expedition to Nepal and it was for an elderly lady of ethnic origin. I have to say, apart from all those apes I have drawn, I can’t remember a drawing taking so long to complete. The detail in this drawing seemed to go on for ever, but as I have always said there are no shortcuts if to getting it right.

I am pleased with the finished piece and it makes a nice companion to the older tribal prints ‘Saharan’ and ‘Akha’.

One thing I can say for sure, is that it has given me a new inspiration and motivation to draw pictures of this type, so watch this space, hopefully there will be more soon.


To check out David’s latest limited editions, especially ‘Tamang’ for that tribal portrait, just click the banner, or look in the Gallery section of this blog.


2 thoughts on “Welcome back to Wildife Sketches blog from David.


    Great to see the Blog is finally back. I’ve really missed it this year. Also pleased that David is okay and that the superb wildlife drawing continues. The new work is quality as always.

    Have just returned from 3 weeks in Ethiopia. Managed to get photos of 5 endemic mammals including the incredibly rare Ethiopian wolf. However, chasing after wolves at over 4000m is not to be recommended!

    Look forward to more articles and examples of David’s latest work coming on line. Regards Jon

    1. Vincenzo Post author

      Sounds like you had a great time though Jon. You’re clearly much fitter that I am; I think I would probably have tied a few bits of raw meat to my ankles, and run around limping for about 10 minutes or so, then sat sat back and waited for anything that was hunger to turn up for it’s portrait.
      But then again, I might not have made it back after the photo shoot (depending on how fast I really could run).
      There are still several things which I have to sort out in the blog, but I’m glad you like it so far. Maybe, this time I won’t mess it up!
      Hope you don’t mind, I am going to re post most of the old articles, along with new the entries. So you may notice one or two posts you’ve read before, Jon.

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