I last saw this guy on Saturday afternoon. I had no idea where to start looking for him. I had tentative plans to start walking the area north of here. When I got home today, I opened the back sliding door to let the dogs out, and there he was. Wet, hungry, and wanting lovees. I’m so glad he’s home!
I, also, love this fish:
My drawing and painting life
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I’m just sharing this fish – detail from a larger piece done a few days ago.
I just love this fish. He makes me think of prehistoric times, I don’t know why. I love the grungy look, the dark patches.
It was a result from one of the assignments in the current year long class by Carla and Steve Sonheim in which they share one video every day for 365 days ( #365 – Activate your art brain. ) This technique that Carla shared this week, it rocks.
Poor Gruf. He’s 15 years old now. We just went out back for a potty break. It’s two steps down from the house to the patio. He has to be very careful going down those two steps. He found the perfect spot and did his business. Then two careful steps back up into the house. I took this pic after he came in the house and just laid down to rest. I sure wish I could recreate his youth, when he bounced around with tons of energy and steps didn’t mean falls.