Saturday, June 15, 2024
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Daily Sketch Reprise: Giuseppe on Paper

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Giuseppe on Paper, pencil © B.E. Kazmarski

Why? Why not? It was there. He’s a cat. It was on the table. So Giuseppe carefully placed himself in the curve of the crumpled paper, apparently feeling safe and happy.

He was acting as if he didn’t notice me sketching him, except for the one ear that is turned my way. And initially his eyes were closed, but then he opened them and I sketched his eye from the side, the angle I really love, so the outline is rather heavy.

Nothing unusual about this one, just a sketch from a few days ago, last year.

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