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Freelance Animal Illustrator, Children's Book Illustrator, & More

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CASSIE & DUKESTER - TOGETHER AGAIN. Drawn on an A2 sheet, in graphite and brushed on pastel. I wanted something to go in a frame on the wall of my studio. As they both used to be in there with me when I was grafting - what better place!!!
Animal Illustration
Over 30 days ago

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Em Gee - Over 30 days ago
They are perfect for the Studio.....great idea and comfort too!!
Author/Illustrator, Tosh Baker - Over 30 days ago
Unity!! Love it. Great job David!!
Artistix - Over 30 days ago
Thanks Tsh - Cass and Duke really were...special!!!
Author/Illustrator, Tosh Baker - Over 30 days ago
My guys in the past were: Boz, he was a lab/wiemeraner (ms) and was so smart but very protective and such a loving family boy. Then there was his son, Roc which was just one big loving bear so sweet. Then there was Judd, my Gordon setter like Church...and now my Church!! I loved all those guys so much and was very sad when each of them had to leave my life to Old age or cancer. But the memories are all so wonderful. I am so happy that we can always raise or adopt another dog...I would not know how to live without that type of love in my life. They are each such wonderful treats.
Artistix - Over 30 days ago
They all have their diverse characteristics Tosh. And all are missed with such...undying affection. Such unequalled friends/companions deserve nothing less. I wanted Cass and Duke in a frame together to hang on my studio wall - they could not be anywhere else!!!
Author/Illustrator, Tosh Baker - Over 30 days ago
I certainly agree, David. I also admire anyone who has such a heart to love these guys so much. You are indeed a beautiful person and your dogs are as lucky as you in the fact you were able to share each others lives.
Artistix - Over 30 days ago
Thanks so much, Tosh - but I truly think I was the lucky one. And yes, I loved them sooooo much, just as you so obviously loved all your beauts; and the admiration undoubtedly runs both ways :-)