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Friday, June 5, 2009

Our Pets!

Actually, these are my boy's pets, Maggie and Nanner Maggie is the brown one and Nanner is the grey one.

Guinea pigs make very good pets. They like to cuddle and love to eat. These two little girls have a lot of personality too! This little pastel portrait is approximately 5"x7".

Do you have pets? I'd love to hear about them or see some cute pictures of them:)
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6 comments:

Hayley said...

Oh! Super cute! And, I thought the photo was terrific before, but this is excellent!!

Kathie @ my net finds said...

awwww! they are too cute! I saw a guinea pig at Petsmart not too long ago that was calico colored (meaning its fur looked like a calico cat!) and I wanted it so much, but the hubby said no :-(

Teddy Started It said...

We had a sleepover with the "class guinea pig" a while ago. He wasn't too thrilled about the three cats that he had to bunk with that night. Go figure...I would have found a class full of 4yos much more terrifying than 3 18yo cats!

BTW -- LOVE the story of your biz name, not to mention the spirit behind it. Thanks for your comment:)

Amy said...

I use to have one named Freckles and I miss him so much. When I get back in town I will send you some pictures of my dog. Have a great weekend.

Easily Manipulated said...

Wow! You are so talented!! I see the grids on the photo and the beginning of the drawing. Do you always do this? When I was younger, I did the same thing, but thought that it was cheating! Glad to see that someone as talented as yourself does the same thing! :-)

I have a couple cats, Bubba & Woofem, who are my sweet furbabies. I have photos of them posted on my photo blog http://fotojenicphotos.blogspot.com/2009/05/cats.html

Cindy @ Chalk it Up! said...

Actually, these marks are not technically a grid. I draw these lines on the picture and the drawing as I go along. They are more like reference points. This is considered more freehand drawing. When you work with a grid you measure everything out precisely to form a grid on the picture and on your paper, than fill it in one square at a time. Way too time consuming for me and not necessary.