Monday, April 21, 2008

Rufus looking at Sutton’s Farm

This is the first of two showings of this illustration. I find that sometimes those ‘permanent’ inks are not so permanent once you’ve sploshed a load of watercolour over the lines, so as an insurance policy I’m scanning stage one first.
315mm x 235mm dip-pen on Arches HP paper


Blogger windblown said...

What a lovely, peaceful illustration. It needs a story to explain what/why Rufus it gazing off in the distance.

4/22/2008 3:45 AM  
Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

A nice old-fashioned kind of drawing and a cute dog, though we always had border collies or kelpies.

4/22/2008 8:44 AM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Windblown, Rufus is saying 'Hurry up Mum, which way doe we go now?'

Wendy thought you might like to know the first time I saw (and fell in love with) a Staffie was in Taveuni. A family there had a gorgeous litter of little black puppies.

4/23/2008 11:10 PM  
Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Many of the dogs in Fiji are not treated well, cats also have a rough time. But my grand-daughter's pet was quite unusual - a huskie. A Korean lady apparently brought her huskies to Fiji and though they are snow kind of dogs, they are okay in Fiji but they lose their fur.
In Rakiraki we had a little bitzer, pale brown, we called 'Biscuit' because at the time I was eating cracker biscuits (3 months pregnant and nausia was a problem).

4/24/2008 4:35 AM  

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