Today I have begun to paint my dog Buster. First I feel in the light sandy colors of his fur. After filling in the lighter portions of Buster’s face I begin to outline his jaw, and other prominent features. The next step is to add the darker colors to Buster’s face. Of course this will be an on going process, and this is just the beginning of painting Buster’s, my beloved dog.
Do you have a dearly departed pet that you would love to commemorate with a beautiful piece of art work that can grace your living room wall? If so, head over to the crafting store today to buy a canvas, or use materials on hand. You will never regret drawing and painting the animals that have touched your lives. Have you seen the movie Marley and Me? I love this movie, and when I watch it reminds me of how much I loved my dog Buster. Painting Buster is a long drawn out process, but I am enjoying every minute of it.