Scratchboard 2 / b&w

    

One of the things I enjoy about scratchboard is its flexibility. It can be used in a rough 'woodcut' look, or in a fine line 'etched' style. This page features black & white samples. Please click on the "Scratchboard" button at left to see color samples. Click on image to see enlarged view.
© Rick Wheeler, 2015
"The Yearling" © Rick Wheeler, 2014
"Ocelot" Rick Wheeler, © 2014
© Rick Wheeler, 2015
© Rick Wheeler, 2015
"Bugling Bull" © Rick Wheeler, 2016
scratchboard drawings of the american west, landscape drawing
© Rick Wheeler, 2012
© Rick Wheeler, 2012
landscape drawing using scratchboard
© Rick Wheeler, 2012
"Isis Temple" © Rick Wheeler, 2013
client: © Patagonia, 2006
client: © Patagonia, 2006
"Wood Duck" © Rick Wheeler, 2016
© Rick Wheeler, 2009
"Vernal Fall" © Rick Wheeler, 2015
scratchboard drawings of elk, wildlife illustrator
client: © Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, 2009
client: © Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, 2009
© Rick Wheeler
© Rick Wheeler, 2012
© Rick Wheeler, 2013
"Gray Fox" © Rick Wheeler, 2014
scratchboard wildlife illustration, drawings of endangered species, art of wild cats
© Rick Wheeler, 2005
wildlife artist, illustrations of western wildlife, scratchboard drawings of moose
© Rick Wheeler, 2006
scratchboard wildlife illustration, drawings of giraffes
© Rick Wheeler, 2006
scratchboard nature drawings, natural history illustration
client: © Canyonlands Natural History Association, 1998
drawings of fish, trout art
client: © Darrell Smith, Dahlin Smith White, 1996
scratchboard illustration, landscape art
client: © Darrell Smith, Dahlin Smith White, 1996
scratchboard artist, illustrations of wildlife
client: © Zion National Park, 2003
scratchboard drawings of desert tortoise, illustrations of endangered species
client: © Zion Natural History Association, 2005
national park illustrations, scratchboard art
client: © Zion National Park, 2003
drawings of delicate arch, scratchboard illustrator
© Rick Wheeler, 1994
drawings of the national parks, art of mesa verde national park, scratchboard
client: © Mesa Verde National Park, 1999
drawings of narrow gauge trains, illustrations of Durango-Silverton train, scratchboard artist
© Rick Wheeler, 1994
client: © California Kids History/Jim Silverman, 1992
client: © California Kids History/Jim Silverman, 1992
client: © California Kids History/Jim Silverman, 1992