by Susan Irving
I managed to get free from Freddie kitten for 3 hours on a November afternoon and did this watercolour on cheap paper. I did another one like it a few years ago, but thought I would try it again just to keep in practice.
The wheels are not right, but then I do seem to have problems doing wheels! However, there was no time to try to correct it as my free time was up at that point and I needed to get it off of the table.
It is from a photo I took in Key West Florida in the 1990’s. I would like to try it in acrylic, but I first need Freddie kitten to be older and more responsible in the studio first.
Two weeks later. Just an update on the truck painting. I did manage to find another couple of kitten-free hours to fix the wheels a bit and finish it.
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I always love your watercolours, Susan! You make it look easy, but I know first hand it is not! Also, I think your wheels look just fine!
Get Freddie to take a cat NAP, Susan; not nip. 🙂 Good job.
Thank you Lynne. He does take longer naps now in the afternoons, so hopefully it will get better.
The wheels look fine to me. I would get a cage for the cat. I imagine training them is about as easy as herding them.
Thank you Milo. Maybe I need to do that!
Thank you Milo. I may have to resort to that!