Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Cats and classes



Here is the start of the 4th cat.

Drawing black cats or any black animal is a challenge and getting an image of it either on scanner or camera is even more challenging.  Finally, the scanner cooperated and a reasonably accurate image is here.

I'm not sure if I'm proceeding or if this will be a do-over yet.  I'll give it some more time and work and see if it comes together more.

And a little link that I came across for a free watercolour workshop online.  Creative Techs is hosting a workshop by Molly Murrah

Course Dates: Fridays, February 19 – March 19, 2010
Time: 11am Pacific (Seattle) [Other Time Zones]
Duration: 90-120 Minutes
Cost: The LIVE event is FREE to attend!

Feb 19, Week 1 – Watercolor Overview.
Feb 26, Week 2 – Paints & Colors.
Mar 5, Week 3 – Paper & Brushes.
Mar 12, Week 4 – Drawing & Composition.
Mar 19, Week 5 – Additional Fundamentals.

7 comments:

"JeanneG" said...

I'm loving the blues in this black cat. I have a white schnauzer that I need to do. Keep putting it off.

Gayle Mason said...

It looks great Jeanette. Even if you don't do any more with it, it works 'as is'

RHCarpenter said...

Oh, this is amazing! Keep going :) I'll check out the link to the workshop, too - you don't get too many things like this for free anymore!

Helen Percy Lystra said...

I'm not a cat person but I do love the piece. Thanks for the link too.

studio lolo said...

oh, beautiful! You really captured this kitty's eyes too!
I paint lots of ravens and people always comment on the many shades of blues and purples in them.
I tell them white is the absence of color, black is all colors. I don't really quite believe that because I never see 'pure' white either!

I'm going to have a look around now and then pop over to your Etsy.

tracywall said...

Jeanette - love your themed approaches, these cats are amazing (it's in the eyes!). Also, never got a chance to tell you how much I enjoyed your masa paper/batik work. So cool looking!! I admire your courage in putting this out there!

Peggy Montano & Paintings said...

Love these cats.

i signed up for the watercolor workshop. Thanks for letting us know about it.