Posts Tagged 'cat'

Inktober 2019

Somehow I survived Inktober,  though a couple of pens and kneaded erasers didn’t make it.  Finished all 31 days, only had to go about a week into November. A concept and drawing a day is hard to keep  up. Well now that its done, which drawing was your absolute favorite and why? Please comment  with your favorite. Remember all drawings and prints of drawings are for sale,  just contact me for more information. #Inktober #Inktober2018 #wrap #ink #drawings #art

 

Tabby Gone Wild

Tabby Cat ink drawing by Alecia Goodman

“Inktober Day 16 Wild” ©2019 alecia goodman to present

Still playing catch up. Life keeps us on our toes that’s for sure. I decided to draw this kitty, because all pets have a wild side. Some are more wild than others. We once had a cat named Amaretto, who climbed our curtains and had attention issues. She would both mark and pull up the carpet with her teeth if she found a door blocking her from finding one of us. #Inktober #Inktober2019 #InktoberDay16 #wild #cat #pet

Folklore

Folklore cat ink drawing Inktober

“Inktober Day 6 Folklore” ©2017 alecia goodman to present

Day 6 Folklore, my sixth ink drawing for October. Black Cats and full moons have always been associated with folklore and myth, especially bad luck and/or strange things happening. #inktober2017 #drawlloween2017 #octobersketch

RIP Parker

Remembering this handsome kitty, never forgotten.

pastel drawing ginger cat

Final Portrait, “P.G.” ©2012 alecia goodman to present

Inktober Day 26 Cat

Ink drawing Cat

Inktober Day 26: Cat” ©2016 alecia goodman to present

Catch  up again…I Love this kitty. It turned out so much better than I expected from the sketch. What do you think? #inktober2016 #drawlloween2016

P.G. Is Completed… Finally!

I want to apologize for my hiatus of the past couple of weeks. I actually went on vacation, a first in a very long time.

Yeah!!! I am so elated to be finally done with this one. The hope was to finish this one quickly, oops (someone forgot to give that memo to my toddler).

It was smaller than the portraits I completed as of late, 8.5″ x 8″ approximately. Media was Oyster Canson Mi Tientes. I think the colored paper complimented the colors in P.G. well. I had some difficulty working on such a smaller size, keeping with my usual detailed approach. I think larger pieces though challenging at the same time may be easier for detail. As with most of my work a sharp point is extremely important and with a smaller size even more so. I did find that I had to slowly build up the media and do some mixing of colors mainly through pencil application. This was tedious but the result was well worth it.

I hope that this gift goes over well; surprises and thrills all at the same time. What do you think?

pastel drawing ginger cat

Final Portrait, “P.G.” ©2012 alecia goodman to present

Back to P.G.

I am back to P.G. hoping I can finish this soon and begin work on an adorable baby chimp. Having some difficulty getting the correct mixes of oranges and creams. I am amazed by all the colors that are browns in my pastels… some are gold, rusty or just gray. I wonder if its taking longer since its a gift whereas a commissioned piece seems to fly. The good news: It looks like I am closer than I am to finishing if you look at it from further away. So maybe I am getting close, though I still have a ways to go.

cat pastel drawing

Portrait Update, "P.G." ©2012 alecia goodman to present


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