At least, I think there were only three; it began with two in profile, Mewsette in front and Jelly Bean behind, then Mr. Sunshine joined them. At that point there were so many ears and whiskers that I couldn’t certify there weren’t more cats there, so that was what I portrayed in this sketch, just a tangle of ears and profiles.
Enjoying the brush markers again, at least until I get a few refills for my brush pen, which has real ink and a more varied line.
That’s what they get when they sleep on my desk, they get sketched. Mewsette doesn’t think she looks silly with her ear turned flattened because her head is upside down. She’s really not concerned with what anyone thinks, or that she’s sleeping right on something I needed to be working on.
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