Sam Art Dog
I wish mine smiled like yours. My dog Champ always looks like he's a sulky teen-ager. I guess at 3ys old, he is.
You captured it darlin'...Ella and I love it!!
Champ and Ella, both being Labs, insist on getting things their own way.
Oxytocin--I looked it up (and I'm smiling). The good mood is contagious--wonderful drawing.
Now here's a dog who's ready for action. Or a walk. Or a group of anything that needs herding. What are you doing sitting there? There's stuff to do! Didn't you say there was a new dog park to visit?! Love the energy of the drawing -- what a joy!
Beautiful dog...and a great expression too. That dog is peppy! Very well done, your love of animals shines through.
Cute! I always avoid drawing dog's tongues... because they're so tough to do but you did a great job here.
Nora, How can you avoid a dog tongue? They're always hanging out like a window shade. Had to keep pulling this one down further than I thought possible. That's why it's so dark in there.
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"I've seen a look in dogs' eyes, a quickly vanishing look
of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that basically
dogs think humans are nuts."
- John Steinbeck