It turns out you can get really close to a dog's face and still read it as a dog. It was fun to do but I think I could go even closer and just do the eyes. So far all the paintings for the 30 day challenge have been vertical and I want to keep it that way because it looks great when they are together in the same format and size but when the challenge is over, I will do a horizontal - just of eyes.
You can see him over there and he is getting into the car without you. It's a tragedy - don't worry he'll be back and you can guilt him into giving you a whole bunch of cookies, but in the mean time it's hard
This is Mully as a puppy. In truth, she was a terrible puppy - nobody wanted to be with her because she nipped. She still does have a few bad habits - walking on the kitchen table, rolling in the mud and bad breath but now we love her madly.
I have a simple definition of what makes a nice dog - one that doesn't scare mine. I have to admit she is a wuss. Now I wouldn't care but when she is frightened, someone gets hurt and that is usually me. She gets scared and jumps on me and bruises usually appear, on me.
This was a nice dog - they checked out each other's butt, ran around a bit and separated. No bruises - a good day, a nice dog.