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drawing in wake of farm animal attack

This was supposed to be “Coop on a Bridge 2”—from the other side. However, when I left my spot at the farm to go eat lunch with the other artists, I came back to find my equipment in disarray, pencils strewn over the grass, and this sketch lying face-down on the ground. My first reaction was “Oh no!” But then the humor of the entire situation hit me. Apparently, one of the donkeys, cows, or possibly the horse, had decided to express his opinion of my work! Other casualties included a 5H pencil that had been sampled, and half a stick of white charcoal. We weren’t able to get the animals in a line-up, but if we had, the guilty party would have been the one with the white mustache!

NOTE: All images and text in this post are Copyright K. A. Renninger 2011. I am more than happy to have you share them through your own blog, and hope you will do so—but you must give me credit. Anyone who uses them to make money will be prosecuted.