Daily Sketch: Update on Two Cats After van Gogh
I looked at yesterday’s little sketch at my desk and decided that if I was to truly create homage to van Gogh, I needed to have a background for these two to exist within, especially that lovely cerulean blue and turquoise van Gogh often used, and lots of little sketch lines and areas. I covered up yesterday’s signature so I scraped my name into the oil pastel in the lower left as Vincent often did in his paint. Ah, this has been too much fun.
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Thanks for your FANTASTIC tribute to Vincent. I’d like to have printed into wallpaper for our cat room, with your kind permission. Could I do this? What would be your fee? It’s a wonderful painting. Looking foreward to your reply. Perhaps you could offer as wallpaper?
Thanks for your good work and talent!
Sincerely. John W. Hill
Thank you so much! I don’t license my work for reproduction and don’t permit anyone else to reproduce, but as a commercial artist I can actually have just about any product made from my artwork or any other images, logos from commercial customers, for instance. I also have a series of images in this style, so there are others. Do you have a shelter, or is your cat room in your home for your own cats?
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I am happily counting four ears. And mercilessly splitting the infinitive.
P.S. Appropriately enough, Mr. Sunshine has quite the aura!
And not even a feral cat eartip, Meg! Yeah, Sunshine had a little more space for me to fit his “aura”. He thinks he emits his own light too. It’s really out of hand.
will there be copies of this for sale in your etsy shop? I love it!
It’s already there! https://www.etsy.com/listing/98142755/two-cats-after-van-gogh-print-of?ref=shop_home_active
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I am a fan of the “Impressionist”. I wish I could see the picture first hand to enjoy the layers and colors! I love your pictures and photo’s of your kitties! Thanks for sharing your cats with us!
Laurie, for some reason when I place the image in the post it’s a little blurry–certainly not as sharp as what I saw in Photoshop when I was cropping and touching up. If you click on it to get the large version, you can see surprisingly a lot more, though still not as much as there is in the original, which is right here at my desk…