Sunday, December 14, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
I hope you enjoy.
Monday, October 20, 2008
The lady who adopted him had wanted a little lap dog, but fell in love with Sal and his sad eyes. It turns out his exuberance for walks and play kept her from depression. She had to get out for the dog, and this healed her mourning. His happy life picture is in the post below.
The dog that posed for "Sal" is a female husky owned by my son-in-law. Her name is Crystal and is about 14 years old now. The photo session was really funny. The sad pictures were taken with my daughter helping her get into the right positions. The new life picture with her smiling was done with her master, my son-in-law helping. She is very specifically his dog. The lady in the new life picture is a friend of mine who posed for me, separately from the dog. Her grandkids sure get a kick out of seeing their Grandma in a book!
So little by little I'll either illustrate my post with these drawings, or just display a sad and happy dog or cat. I hope you enjoy that.
Today here was chilly and overcast. Beginning to get windy. Understand the wind is going to get pretty strong between today and tomorrow.
I have to go and layout another furry little critter now. See you tomorrow.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Good morning all. Today is sunshiney and is 36 degrees and is going to be a nice day.. Yeah! Todays drawing is Buster. I did not do it today. It was finished 2/25/2007 and sent off to my friend Lynn Thomas. Time to get the day underway. Should have been started four hours ago. Currently working on a commissioned portrait. I have gotten behind some, so best get with it. Sigh ....
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Tuesday, October 14, 2008
I am starting with some work that I did earlier last year. I have been an artist for a long time, and am just getting back to my work in the past several years. I work primarily with graphite/pencil and watercolor.
Please feel free to comment or suggest or just say hello.
Look forward to hearing from you!
This is a graphite drawing. A study for a commissioned painting, finished 2/7/2007. When my customer saw the drawing, the comment was that, "He looks so happy! He never looks happy." The commission will be a full portrait of Pepper, and will be done in watercolor. Pepper is a wild horse breed.