Monday, August 17, 2009

Skateboard dog / Wet noodle


What do you do when you've run out of interesting little things to paint? Yes!, you go across the street to neighbor-artist-friend Sam's house and poach some things from there.

I love the little guy's shadow--it reminds me of a Lascaux cave painting. Can't you just picture all those grimy, hirsute cavepeople out stalking the fearsome wooden skateboard dog?



Remember: don't be a wet noodle. Play with one instead!


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8 comments:

rhessex said...

The dog's great - love the composition.

Samartdog said...

Like I said, who could argue with a shadow?

Karen Bruson said...

Jala, Darling little painting.

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Wish I had a neighbor to poach from, this is nice Jala!

bonnieluria said...

The mushy shadow is the perfect counterpoint for the sharp edges and perspective of the wooden toy.

I'm impressed no end at how you achieve that.

Does the Lynxman look like he's getting darker ear tips?
What we love about kitties: they're so easily engaged.
And then they segue right into nap mode.
Ahhh, if only.......
He's terrifically adorable.

Pam Holnback said...

Great painting, love the long shadow. And, so appropo for your new blog title.

Jala Pfaff said...

Thanks, all!

Bonnie--are his ears really getting darker? Quite possible. I see him every day and don't notice. What an astute Lynx-adorer you are!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

I love anythinig fun, and can just imagine the cavemen stalking the skateboard dog!