Mimi pauses in her bath.
I love views of my cats from above. Perhaps that’s because most often that’s the angle from which I see them. I was actually waiting for Mimi to pause so that I could get a start on a sketch. I saw so many highlights and reflected tones on her and as soon as she decided to just sit still I began to sketch. Promptly she noticed me, got up and left the room, came back in and got up on my lap so I finished it from memory, missing much of the reflected highlights. As soon as I finished, she got back down on the floor. She was pretty clear in her message! I sketched her anyway.
Where to find this artwork
I liked this sketch so much you’ll notice it’s the cover image for my Feline Style Sampler!
The award-winning* Feline Style Sampler is simply a collection of 34 images, no text or narrative, though each image has the name and medium of the image inconspicuously added at the bottom of the page. The book is little, only 4.25″ x 5.5″, and coil bound.
You can purchase one right here or on Portraits of Animals.
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