Learn how to draw a bottlenose dolphin with Illustrator and naturalist Jim Wilson.
Here he shows you the simple steps to take to draw a breaching dolphin. A little bit of practice and you can colour it in and make your own unique species.
to see what species of dolphin have been recorded in Ireland check out Jim Wilsons’ book on Whale and Dolphins of Ireland.
Send your art into firstname.lastname@example.org and we will display it here on our website.
Learn how to draw a cartoon whale using our template.
Cartoonist John Joyce in connection with the Irish Ocean Literacy Network works with the IWDG to promote ocean literacy in Ireland.
The IWDG is currently developing Junior Flukes the Irish Blubber Book, this educational book promotes ocean literacy in Ireland with a focus on cetaceans in Irish waters.
To learn more about John Joyce and his work check out Black John the Bogus Pirate here
Send your flukey art to email@example.com and we will display it here on our website.
If you are aged 13 or younger check out our fluky art competition below.
Flukey Art Gallery
We are delighted to display our members and supports ocean-themed art! If you have marine mammal or ocean-themed art and would like it to be shown on the IWDG Flukey art gallery please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“The heart of man is very much like the sea, it has its storms, it has its tides and in its depths, it has its pearls too.” – Vincent van Gogh
Flukey art competition
Our Flukey art competition is now open.
To be in with a chance of winning IWDG goodies, you must be aged 13 or younger, and send a good quality photo of your art to us before June 2020.