Saturday, February 16, 2013

Wool


This week's Illustration Friday prompt is "wool", and no way was I drawing a sheep.  Or an alpaca.

So I drew a cat with some (understood to be woolen) yarn because we all know the internet is seriously devoid of cat images.

Our own cat continues to be big and beautiful.  We send her out to run around the yard and feed her only indoor food, but I guess she just likes living large.  She also still has no name.  I occasionally refer to her as "Kat" here on the blog, but in real life, she's nameless.  We have a name for our car, but not our cat.  At this point, a slim cat with a name would just be strange.

(But last week, she told me her name was Olive)
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12 comments:

  1. Our cat's name is Tiger. Hubby calls him Roger. I call him CAT!
    Perhaps Kat is just big-boned. Ya know, not really fat.
    And once again your drawing is terrific! I love the expression on her! I see that same look on my CAT's face quite often! :)

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    1. I like that - Tiger/Roger/CAT. And yes, must be those bones!

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  2. Beautiful drawing!Great gaze! Beautiful marks!

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  3. The blue tabby. a rare breed.

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  4. What difference does it make what you call her? She probably won't come anyway. Mine never did (except for the sound of a can opener). Great capture of that famous cat stare. That is the typical look right before some mischief happens.

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    1. Yep. In this case, her name should be *bang on the food container noise*.

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  5. Wonderful drawing! Thank you so much for not drawing a sheep :) Wishing the best for Bunny.

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    1. Same to you re the sheep! And thanks for the Bunny wishes.

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  6. What about calling your cat Bones, as in like, skinny as a bone, since she is so thin, just an idea. Ha.

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