Jones, Matthew
March 2009
Interpretation Journal;Spring2009, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p11
The article offers information on the important attributes as well as the considerations on the use of illustrations to interpret natural sites and wildlife. It states that the styles of presentation can be designed to attract particular audiences. It suggests talking about the styles and different mediums to be used in the illustrations to come up with the desired end product. It adds that illustrators and graphic designers must be united to conceive the size, shape, and composition.


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