For our prompt of “Eyes” today, I chose a dog’s eyes as they always melt my heart. This isn’t my dog, as I’ve already painted him countless times and need to practice other varieties. And, I have to admit to
It’s obvious that talent runs in your family – Phineas has definite style! Of course, I suspect that even above and beyond treats he enjoyed the experience because he was enjoying it with you and Philippe. What really impresses me though? He’s a Basenji and he let you get his feet wet! Unheard of for the breed!
Haha! Love the abstract! If Letterman was still on doing stupid pet tricks, he’d be a shoe in. Or paw in. My friend has a highland terrier named Fergus and in the winter she takes pictures of him in the snow then posts a find the Fergus game. Phineas and Fergus alone are proof that dogs are more fun than cats. Lol Cats are generally just plotting world domination instead of amusing their people.
Animals like humans do have a spirit, theirs are more simple in nature than ours, but they are capable of express feelings and even some basic intelligence trace. So they deserve our respect and care… The eyes are the window s of the spirit to this reality we called life. I do like your dogs eyes…. Have a wonderful rest of the week…
August travelog: The purpose of the trip was to deliver our son to the Missionary Training Center, where he’s preparing to serve in Belgium and the Netherlands for the next two years. We miss him already, but we’re excited for the opportunities ahead of him! Trip 5
Autumn Leaves – looking forward to what will be here in a few weeks 🙂
I am still painting with yellow and red here, some brown added for contrast. I wanted to make a different kind of composition (compared to what I did last week) because that change is really important. I hop you like this one 201909 Herfstbladeren
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