I took some step by step photos of some of my Christmas present paintings. This is my in-laws kitty, Cuddles, that I painted for Rosemary. Cuddles wasn't the easiest subject to paint because her fur isn't really defined. When you look at her, she just looks like a big fuzzball. Painting fur can be tricky with watercolors, but if you continually soften fur line with water, you can get the soft effect that you are going for.
Check it out.
Pet portraits make great gifts! Keep me in mind if you're thinking of one.
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I'm a wife and mother of four kids. I homeschool, paint, run, and garden! I am always interested in digging truths out of Scripture. Here, you'll find my thoughts on art, adoption, gardening, mothering, homeschooling, books and whatever else is on my mind. Enjoy!
Creativity doesn't exist in a vacuum - like skepticism, it's a means, not an end. It cries out for a theme. To treat creativity as an end in itself is to assume godlike character for humans as though they could create ex nihilo. -J. Cheane