From Crochet to Collectables and other Interests
9 posts • Page 1 of 1
A picture of my friends dog that she lost some time ago. I had to work from a few snaps to get his colour right. It must be like him as she shed a tear.
I am not much good at water colour and this was a practice pic and I know that there is lots of room for improvement. Prefer acrylics or oils.
I am now a widow and live with my memories.
Wow June that lovely little face is so lifelike im not suprised your friend shed a tear he is gorgeous
I love how bright and intense terriers little noses and eyes are my little westies were as black as coal.
I just came on to have a quick look cause im waiting for the district nurse but i had to log on to comment on your beautiful painting
And then there was one, Again!!!!
Little Angels Free For Ever
Honey,Lizzi,Peggy-Mitchel,April,Hope,Faith,Blondie, Sorrel,Scarlet, Penny, Gabby, Rosie, Chick-a-Dee
Remembering Our Beautiful Foster Boys we are so sorry that we couldn't keep you
very nice June, really captures the texture of his fur. You ARE good at watercolours! I used to love using watercolour pencils, they're gathering dust under the bed now, never any spare time.
"He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."
I missed this too....that is beautiful June
Living our version of the Good Life with 4 dogs, 6 cats, a cow, a few sheep, Angora Goats and ???? chooks.
Don't get your knickers in a knot..it solves nothing ~ just makes you walk funny
Down the LaneRegular entries focusing on Nature in the Garden and beyond
Click here to go there
•Drink & Food Feeders
•Health & Wellbeing
•Red Mite Products
Over 400 Breeders across the UK now listed.. Chicken Breeders & Other Poultry UK Pages