This is the second episode in a two-part series on flora and fauna (plants and animals).
Tony displays his drawing of an African elephant, which he made using four pastel pencils. He displays the rough drawings that he made while watching real elephants, which helped him to draw the final picture. He then shows how to draw both a realistic elephant and a cartoon one.
Margot visits Durston House School in Ealing, and makes some large animals out of cardboard, which the children then paint. Back in the studio, Margot shows how the animals can be made to stand up, by attaching extra cardboard on the back.
Alison creates an ostrich on the studio floor, using a pile of junk from a scrap yard.
Finally, Tony uses brush pens and chalk to draw a picture of a kingfisher.