We adopted a little, white dog 1 1/2 years ago. This scan doesn’t show the dirtiness of a little, white dog who loves the yard and the outdoors. He was naked when adopted but his hair grew in so thick. Now he gets groomed monthly so we can see his eyes. This is one sweet dog. DoodlebugMay2018. DirtyDog_atc View
Alice, I love the variety of ways you introduce colors to zentangles. You are obviously not afraid to try new things! I adore “The Sun will Come Up” for its playfulness. I would frame it and hang it on a wall! Thanks for inspiring me in so many ways!
Wow! Sandra, you really gave us a lot of information. I have a couple of friends who always travel with small tins of watercolors, a water brush and small wc papers. This paint looks terrific. Is the color lift bleach? I wouldn’t want to use it if it lifted colors if spilled… I love how you covered the tins with your watercolorings. Nice…[Read more]
You’re right more than you know. Actually, he was a Japanese Harlequin rabbit. They alternate the light and dark fur starting with the face and continuing along the legs and torso. However, they are supposed to have upright ears, whereas ours was a lop ear. Something tells me there was a little extra hanky panky going on there somewhere in his…[Read more]
Our dog before Popcorn was a black and white shitzu/maltese. He had a black mask so you could barely see his eyes so we named him “Bandit.” Sandra Strait painted his portrait years ago for me and did a wonderful job. I think you gave your dog a nice ,newly groomed look. I know I would love to meet him.
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