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Cat Resting -(170313)- Digital Artwork/Program: The Scribbler by paulramnora
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DATE: Sun 17 Mar 2013 03:38 AM GMT
MEDIUM: Digital artwork/mouse drawn/Online Program: The Scribbler:
http://www.zefrank.com/scribbler/scribblertoo/
DESCRIPTION: I saw my kitten resting on the bed; so, I decided to very quickly sketch it. Though, it was near; I didn’t actually watch the cat and draw; instead, I took just one look at the ‘real’ cat; then, thereafter, decided to work purely from memory; as well as, adding in some imagination, too.

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abstract, animal, cat, kitten, pet, domestic, sketch, scribbler, the scribbler

NAME: Paul Ramnora
AGE: 49
LOCATION: UK/London (born/brought up/living)
INTERESTS: General Art(s), General Computing/Programming, General Education/-etc.
LEARNING DISABLITIES: ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder, AS/Aspergers Syndrome
NOTE: I’m mostly a self-taught artist. I like all arts: drawing/painting/sculpting/origami/writing/-etc.

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  • Karen Gingell
    Karen Gingellover 1 year ago

    I LOVE THIS

  • Thanks! ;-) This is one of those purely ‘accidental’ ones; that I somehow found really very difficult to throw away…! As usual, some parts I like; other parts I hate about it; never can get it to work just ‘right’; but, then, I’m beginning to accept this as just being ‘a fact of life’; especially, if you are not, well and truly, ‘gifted’…which, of course, I’m not. Perfection is for the Matisse/Picasso’s of this world; not for plain ordinary mortals like me; not that even this realisation will ever stop me from always ‘yearning’ to go find it…?! For me, the drawing; although not anatomically perfect; has a certain ‘unique’ quality; as every artist tends to invent/draw ‘uniquely’; and,it’s that ‘unique’ quality which made me wish to keep it.

    – paulramnora

  • Karen Gingell
    Karen Gingellover 1 year ago

    Paul – I think you have a unique vision and style – and I know what you mean about “perfect” – never happens, not for me anyway. Like you say there are some things you like or have been successful in a drawing or painting – other things not so much – but we carry on – let’s keep trying

  • Roualt, Rousseau, Dufy, Seurat, Redon, Beardsley, Lautrec, Bernini, Rodin, Moigliani, Blake, Lowry, Frink, Giacometti, Moore, Dali, Goya, Miro, Lempicka, Groz…in fact, any artist who I can ever even think of…every artist seems to have their own entirely ‘unique’ personal vision, and, way of drawing. So that with only a little bit of experience of seeing their artworks…even, instantly, it’s possible to be able to quite clearly distinguish one artists work from the next. That ‘uniqueness’ in all of us…whether famous/or not, is something that I personally tend to value a whole lot. ;-)

    – paulramnora

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