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She does portraits of different animals, but she mainly does dogs. When you see the way she start work on a dog's portrait, you can't help but feel interested. As the owner helpfully tries to keep the dog still, she is already drawing several sketches on her sketch pad.
While she tries to find the best pose that would suit the dog, her pencil just seems to fly over her sketchpad. She compliments the dog on his appearance and behavior in the meantime. She uses props to continuously hold the animal's attention and keep him interested. She also requisitions all the photographs the owner has with the request that she may make duplicates for her own collection. By cutting out small tufts of hair from the dog's tail, ears, and tummy, she can find out the colors to use. Every dog has snips which are filed under its name.
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According to her, animals can also be very opinionated just like humans. Case in point would be the American pointer who crept up behind an artist and chewed up her painting. The medication he had to take afterwards was so much it makes us think that the painting really was ugly.
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