Daily Sketch: Dinner? Now? Yes?

charcoal sketch of cat looking up
Dinner? Now? Yes? charcoal pencil © B.E.Kazmarski

Mr. Sunshine beseeches on behalf of the household.

Though it is my intent I actually don’t get to do a sketch every single day, like yesterday where my day was all cut up from beginning to end. That almost happened today as well as it was a busy Monday, errands needed to be run, meetings with design customers and a commissioned portrait to be received by the customer this evening.

Hence, it is later than usual and apparently I must be reminded with a sitting right in front of me and looking right up at me Mr. Sunshine.

This is charcoal pencil for nice strong lines.


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4 thoughts on “Daily Sketch: Dinner? Now? Yes?

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  • December 20, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    Bernadette, this sketch of Mr. Sunshine is excellent! I feel like he’s looking right at me. And his message comes through loud and clear!

    • December 20, 2011 at 12:07 pm

      Susan, I’d been waiting for that one! It’s a difficult angle though I see it all the time, but I knew he’d sit there long enough to get his point across–and I could get my sketch.


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