Rain, Rest And A Little Darling

24 May

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Last night was the opening of the Commensalis group show at The Octagon in Fringe Arts Bath. Husb and I went up for the opening night and took in some of the other venues as well – more than 40 shows in 15 venues until June the 8th and all for free! The traffic back was terrible and we didn’t get home until well past midnight. I’ve never seen so many cars coming over the Severn Bridge. It’s good that so many people are coming to Wales for the holiday weekend, but look at the awful weather they’ve come to. Mind you, it’s just as bad in England – typical British Bank Holiday weather.

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So Husb and I have had a quiet day. I’ve been working flat out since I came back from my residency in Pakistan, and I worked flat out while I was there, so today was a little lazy break. But drawing practice must go on. So I turned to The Fox Project on Facebook again and scribbled this little darling. He’s called Ben. He still has some of the fuzzy black baby fur on his face, with the typical ginger fur starting to show.

6 Responses to “Rain, Rest And A Little Darling”

  1. KnitNell May 26, 2014 at 17:36 #

    Lovely sketch of Ben.

  2. I love foxes. He looks really cheeky hope to see more if him as he grows. It sounds as if Pakistan was great if a little tiring.

  3. Helen Cherry May 25, 2014 at 07:46 #

    You most definitely deserve a rest Rosie..

    • Rosie Scribblah May 25, 2014 at 17:36 #

      Thanks Helen, today, tomorrow and Tuesday – precious time out 😀

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