Daily Sketch: Boys at the Sink

sketch of black cats at green sink

Sketch of Boys at Sink

Today, something I see all the time and post photos frequently, but just wanted to test my skills with their odd positions and fast movements. Giuseppe is looking as if he needs to hop up and down from the sink a lot more often, but his big gut is just because of his awkward compressed position, hind paws on the sink edge, one front paw in the sink and the other on the edge of the sink next to Mr. Sunshine.

I love what they do with their ears when they are drinking.

I decided to use the colored pencil today since it was on my mind and I have ones that exactly match my sink and the orange cups I use! It was a nice idea, but I actually like the sketch better in black and white. And with the magic of PhotoShop, we get to see it that way.

sketch of two cats at sink

Same sketch, black and white

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Three Cat Circle

three black cats sleeping in a circle

Three Cat Circle

From the top counterclockwise, Mewsette, Jelly Bean and Giuseppe curl against each other in an endless circle.

Don’t you just want to shove your hands in the middle of them all? I did just that—after I took the photo, of course—and they curled around my hands and purred. In fact, if I laid down on the bed with them, they would rearrange to include me in their circle. I’m really just a big cat to them, I think. I am honored.

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All images used on this site are copyrighted to Bernadette E. Kazmarski unless otherwise noted and may not be used without my written permission. Please ask if you are interested in purchasing one as a print, or to use in a print or internet publication.