Something Stuck to Your Nose

black cat with piece of paper on his nose

You have something stuck to your nose.

Mr. Sunshine is sure he looks totally cool, but he’s apparently not aware he has a scrap of paper stuck to his nose.

I guess that’s the consequence of going through life with a wet nose, I mean literally going through life with it, like rooting through the paper recycling container just to see what’s in there. You never know what will stick.

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Daily Sketch: Watching Me Sketch

sketch of cat sitting

Watching Me Sketch, charcoal pencil © B.E. Kazmarski

JB again. I started out sketching him at his bath, convenient because he sat himself down right in front of me, between me and the computer monitor, and began to wash his face.

But as soon as the charcoal pencil began making enticing little scratching sounds on the paper, kind of like the sort of noises a little mousie would make when it’s in the basement, JB gave up with the bath and turned his full attention to my pencil. Yes, he did take a few swats at it as I was sketching, and as he did his expression grew much more intense, resulting in this glowering face. Imagine the Bean with a glowering face! But I love it when the whisker pads get all square when they push all their whiskers forward. Then Giuseppe came running through, literally between me and JB, and coaxed him off to wrestle.

This sketch is also in charcoal pencil, and even when the sketch was of a morning bath I wanted the lines to be strong and emphatic, and I like the blackness and thickness of this particular charcoal.

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