Pugs have such sad, world weary faces so this seemed like the perfect sketch to restart my blog after such long neglect. We are all sad and world weary at this point. It’s weird to have our normal lives suspended and be hunkered down at home. A good time to get back to art and stay in touch with friends and family. This is a charcoal sketch I drew from a decor magazine photo of the dog in an opulent setting. His expression caught my eye. I know pugs aren’t any sadder than other dogs, they just look like they are. He misses being able to slobber on his friends.
So glad to see this today. Ah, so you’ve given me some insight into why people love pugs. Something I’ve always marveled at. I am touched by this one.
Thanks Michele, much appreciated!
So glad you are back! Hope you are all well XO ~Dee
Thank you, Dee! We are fine, hope you are too.
Good to see your work again.
Thanks so much, Bruce! Hope you guys are all well.
he does look sad… and lonely. And “why are you sketching me?” welcome back to the blog!
Thanks Mary Jane! It feels good!
So happy you are back!! Keep on sending your wonderful sketches, and maybe I’ll be inspired again.
Thanks so much Barb!