By Donna S. Dewberry
Следующая книга обучающая технике декоративного рисования "one stroke", в переводе один мазок. На кисточку набираются одновременно две краски, и одним движением рисуются лепестки, листья и т.д. Показаны приемы как набирать краску на кисточку, какими движениями рисовать. Изучив эту технику даже неумеющий рисовать сможет украсить свой дом. Язык английский, но все ясно по картинкам. В этой книге показано как рисовать животных: тигра, попугая, рыбу, лошадь.
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The abdomen of the sexually mature females is swollen with ovaries and eggs. Where does it live? This ﬂy is found only on the northern tip of New Zealand’s North Island and only in association with the short-tailed bat, which lives in hollow trees. STRENGTH IN NUMBERS A Fly that Does Not Fly Bats the world over are coveted by a variety of freeloaders. One group of animals in particular has been very successful in exploiting these small nocturnal mammals. Numerous ﬂy species, commonly known as bat-ﬂies, live on bats, typically sucking their blood with piercing mouthparts.
Rapidly, the ﬁsh sucks water into its very elastic stomach. The stomach keeps swelling until it takes up most of the ﬁsh’s body, and it keeps on distending until the whole ﬁsh starts to inﬂate. As the body grows, the spines on its surface become erect, until the ﬁsh looks like a huge, spiky ball. To the hopeful predator, what once appeared to be a tasty snack now looks pretty intimidating. Sometimes, a predator’s lunge may be very rapid, and the balloon ﬁsh may not have time to inﬂate itself and ward the danger oﬀ.
In Times of Danger Inﬂate Yourself The balloon ﬁsh, with its spiky body and blotched coloration, is a handsome inhabitant of the warm, coastal waters of the tropics. It is a nocturnal hunter, preferring to spend the day secreted in crevices or small caves. When night falls, the ﬁsh leaves its daytime refuge to begin its prowling, closely hugging the coral or rock of its home and only rarely venturing into more open water. The underwater performance of the balloon ﬁsh is far from electrifying. The little ﬁns and weak tail provide good stability but limited power.