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Mrs Blore

Mrs Blore
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I am a part-time pet portrait and wildlife artist living in the deep dark forest between the Royal Forest of Dean, Herefordshire and the Welsh border. A beautiful and inspiring place to live and create pet portraits and wildlife art.
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Thursday, 14 January 2010

Cat Portraits, Charlie

Just to prove I had been working on this cat portrait, I used a black background behind the drafting film for contrast tto show the chest area but this will not remain in place once the cat portrait is complete.

And here is Dobbin the Robin, waiting patiently by our truck at breaktime for any spare morsels of food.
Our road was horrendous this morning, we had to dig our drive out very early this morning just to get the truck up onto the track then we ran the gauntlet onto the main road, luckily things are starting to thaw now but looking ahead we are due 3 more snow storms next week but as the weather reports can't even predict the weather an hour in the future, I'm thinking this may not come to pass as it's becoming a bit patience sapping!
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Dors said...

Charlie is really looking good.It's looking so soft and cuddly. I have just for the first time used drafting film and love it.

Great job Karie-Ann. Looking forward to more updates.

Art with Liz said...

Looking forward to seeing Charlie up and running! The way you work is a total mystery to me - what is drafting film?

pencilportraits said...

Hi Liz, drafting film is a polyester paper and it is used mainly for design and technical drawings. So many people have contacted me about it now, I think I'll do a bit of investigation and add a post about it soon. Hi Dors, glad you like it, it really is superb to use once you get the hang of it, I've almost abandoned paper now!

Teresa said...

WOW..... that is one gorgeous cat!

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