loose and quick drawings of Kiki…will add some color to the cushion soon….
latest updates: cats
Pot Moggie – Watercolour in a Watercolour Moleskine
There’s been a lot of posts/discussion about cats recently but do you know where they come from? This, believe it or not, appeared on our TV some years ago and is a spoof ad about the fast food industry.
Do you feel something is missing in your life?
Do you long for companionship, affection and love?
Do you think a pet might fill a gap in your life but don’t have the time to visit the pet shop?
Why not try POT MOGGIE? POT MOGGIE comes in a handy sized container. All you do is add water (cold) and stir gently. When your POT MOGGIE is ready your pet will appear ready to be loved for years. POT MOGGIE comes in a variety of different types including Long Haired, Short Haired, Tabby and Siamese. Try POT MOGGIE today.
(Please note that POT MOGGIE should be used immediately and is for life).
PS The brain cells have gone.
A totally imagined scene in watercolor and ink in my Moleskine.
This is a small colony of cats I met last week in Kyoto while climbing to the top of Fushimi Inari Shrine. There must be 10,000 torii gates placed inches apart and making a long orange tunnel up and down the mountain. It was a noticeably more difficult climb for me this time since I had not done this in 10 years!
breaking in new pen nib…..somehow I always draw TOTORO
when I do that…
Medium: pen & Ink ,watercolour mole……..
Fooling around today with some ideas to use in my ceramics class.
Watercolor and ink, computer added background
The Tale of Persian Jim – Ink and Watercolour Pencils
Persian Jim was invented by my eldest son, John, in 1987 when he was nine years old. PJ could be described as a very unkempt, meddling, moralising moggie who spent his time putting the world to rights instead of grooming himself. We used to sit and write wee bits of poetry describing his adventures, the epic being The Tale of Persian Jim. In it, PJ considers that humans should stop discarding and wasting so much food perhaps eating “less” food instead. John came up with this unintended and humorous last line in one of the verses. We still tease him about this. PS He says that I don’t have the nerve to post this. O Ye of little faith!