remind me a little bit of me... on math, on physic, argghhh..! But at least he have the cute doggy to ease his feelings.. :)
hehehe.. it feels like.. me. haha. i love it. :)
Beautifully painted - and so sad!
truly beautiful art
Beautiful shading work! Guess he couldn't use the excuse that his dog ate his test!
wonderful work...reminds me of my math grades in school :)
Great work Kate! It was cool seeing both versions here too!
Looks great in color Kate!! Lovely!
Oh,I love both!And it's so truth, unconditional love :)Great as usual Kate!
Awww, sweetheart. I just feel like hugging him and telling him that one lousy test doesn't mean a thing. (And can I hug Sunshine while I'm at it? Heh heh)
I saw it as a sketch and knew it was a good one! Poor little guy!!
very good art-work, Kathleen.Thanks for your comment, really mean a lot!
You are getting so dang good at drawing things that people can relate to! The splash of red of the book and dog collar keeps the eye moving about and taking in all your wonderful detail. Just beautiful Kate. :)
I feel so sorry for the poor kid- at least he has his dog to ease his feelings! And GR8T sketch!
wow Kate...I love the way you color your pieces...this is so magical...great to see your work in progress...from skecth to color....awesome!
i love it!! kate, your illustrations are so warm and loving, even when there's a little disappointment, just wonderful!!
Great job on the painted version!
I love the little bit of poignant, pink in the dog's snout. Makes me want to kiss his little nose.I also want to thank you for leading me to that wonderful post about bunnies. What a nice woman, protecting the wee bunny babes. Looks like they'll be getting the boot soon, They can come to my yard if they'd like.
I love the atmosphere you create.
Awww, that is charming. Hope you are well my dear, long time no talk! :-) And I was touched by your comment on another blog about your mom...
Thanks Kate! :) I'm going to add your link to mine too, I LOVE you artwork.
with boys who have been there before...this illustration has so much emotion for me...I hate to see them fail. Also...my little guy (the scientist-in-training) loved your "living gem" post !!
A lovely, touching scene. I really like seeing your sketches on this blog as well as the wonderfully completed colour pieces.
Super super cute!!!
Oh, I Love this! It speaks volumes!And the teeny little snail, so Beautiful, I guess he was enjoying the strawberries too!Sandra Evertson
how touching...beautiful painting and beautiful sentiment.
Beautiful Kate, I really love it!
i didn't make it by last week, but i really like the sketch!
Aaaaw! This hits the mark right on the heart.
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