It takes more muscles to frown... by kevart

It takes more muscles to frown than to smile!

Illustration of an incredible dog portrait.

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Did you know it takes more muscles to frown that to laugh?
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Well done, a dog with his own personality.
Love it.
Regards. Janina
over 3 years ago
Indeed, don't they all? Thank you, trust you are keeping well. Kevin
over 3 years
I just love him......what a character !
over 3 years
Thanks Sue, that's what I thought too. Sincerely, Kevin
over 3 years
You can say that again,,what a fabulous capture,,of his wonderful expression,,, and great face,,, very well done,, Kevin,, Sincerely, doris
over 3 years
Thanks Doris, glad you like this grumpy chap! Trust you are keeping well. Kevin
over 3 years
Aww, bless his little heart,a wonderful portrait, I think he needs a cuddle!
Best Wishes,
Susan
over 3 years
Yep, he certainly needs something to cheer him up! Thanks Susan, Kevin
over 3 years
How could you not love that face. Wonderful!
over 3 years
Indeed, you would never get bored looking at him would you! Sincerely, Kevin
over 3 years
Five stars for that character and strong line work. Perfect for this sitter!
over 3 years
Thank you Jolante, yes, a wonderful character, trust you are doing well. Kevin
over 3 years
Love his face,he looks so worried.Can't help but smile!
over 3 years
He is full of fun, just looks jolly old grumpy! Sincerely, Kevin
over 3 years
Oh what a fabulous character drawing! I just want to give that lovable face a big kiss.
over 3 years
Gwen, you might just get a very wet one back! Cheers, Kevin
over 3 years
Love it. Hes like a grumpy old man,great drawing.
over 3 years
Maybe even worse than the grumpiest old man! Thanks jo, have a great weekend. Kevin
over 3 years
Wow...this is an incredible dog picture..as well. The lovely dog looks at peace as he looks at us with some interest...deep penetrating thoughts may be going thru his lovely head. Well done, i love the way you have shaded in all the folds in the skin, the lines and your crosshatching..skillfully done!
over 3 years
Thanks Brenda, a fascinating subject for sure and a real character. Have a great weekend. Sincerely, Kevin
over 3 years
WOW,Great Detailing in his wrinkles!Love those sad Eyes:)He sure does have Chactor:)Great tile:)
over 3 years
Yes, I agree, he wouldn't be the life and soul of the party but he would make a few folk smile! Cheers, Kevin
over 3 years
look at that face,wonderful......
over 3 years
Hehe, he is quite a character isn't he! Sincerely, Kevin
over 3 years
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over 2 years
nice bulldog
over 2 years
i love him!!! this is just so expressive and wonderful!!
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kevartVisual communicator, honours degree in graphic design, illustrator, can work in a variety of media. I taught for nearly 10 years in 3 prisons & a school in Kent. I was peripatetic among 4 establishments & in any given week was teaching 10-70 year olds all kinds of creative things in 4 art studios. I have had several exhibitions and will do so in the future. I use my art when speaking to children, young people & adults. I then moved to Norfolk and now teach in schools and run clubs in churches. This includes several after school clubs in art & chess, classroom art teaching in several schools.
I became a Christian in 1977, my life was transformed & naturally my faith reflects in my art. I enjoy animals, especially big cats & the...
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