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Nashville Style: Part Two

How to add some local color to the Nashville warbler.

By: Text and photography by Al Jordan
Updated May 07, 2019

Here’s the finished bird, minus habitat.

When painting the Nashville warbler, I will not use an airbrush. I am relying solely on my paintbrushes. Before painting, I seal the bird with Deft sanding sealer. I then paint directly on this surface. I don’t feel that using gesso on this bird offers any benefit.

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