My sketchbook is filled with doodles like that one there. What's up with these wacky scenes that star cats, thank goodness, but also what appear to be potion bottles and other random weirdness? The only explanation I have is that I recently saw an artsy image online that portrayed a cozy yet eccentric little room that my brain thought looked like it would be the living quarters of a friendly witch. Ever since then, I've felt inspired to scribble up similar doodles of rooms and other scenes that give off the same vibe. I feel like that explanation wasn't an explanation at all and merely confused matters more. Hopefully you all don't mind these weird doodles.
Regardless, the wacky doodle above is of course our entry to Athena's Caturday Art Blog Hop.
Happy Caturday to all!
Did you know?Did you know that cats need to scratch on things not only for the sake of their claws, but also for the sake of their muscles? Scratching, such as on a scratching post, allows cats to stretch muscles in their back and shoulders that they cannot necessarily reach with a typical stretch. Scratching can also allow a cat to relieve stress or other built-up tension. Scratching serves multiple significant purposes for a cat, and it is a very normal and necessary behavior. This is why scratching posts can be a very important part of a cat's home, as they can allow a cat to do what they need to do while also sparing the furniture.