This past week, we shared some autumnal doodles that we originally posted in 2018. As I started sharing these, I realized how inspired I felt to recreate those doodles, but of course in my more current drawing style. Today's doodle is the first of these recreations. If you'd like to see the original 2018 doodle, just click here. And now, here is the 2020 remake of that doodle.
Saturday, November 14, 2020
Recreated Caturday Art
It's similar to the original doodle in some ways, and it's different in other ways, if that makes any sense at all. I have realized that, over time, I've gotten bolder and a bit more confident about adding more details and overall background to my drawings. This year, I've also been in the habit of drawing lamplit streets like this one, so that seemed like a good setting for this remake doodle. Because what kind of scarfed cat doesn't stop in the middle of the road with its stack of books and lantern, right?
Is that enough rambling for today? Yes? Yeah, I thought so.
Happy Caturday to all!
Tip of the Day
Today's Pet Diabetes Awareness Month tip is to make sure that you have your diabetic furbaby on a diet suited to them and their health. Many veterinarians will put a diabetic cat or dog on a high protein, high fiber, low fat diet. It is important to balance nutrients in a way to keep blood glucose as normal as possible, and also to help the diabetic furbaby maintain a healthy weight. Of course, when it comes to feeding a diabetic furbaby, do discuss this with your veterinarian. They can help point you to healthy food options, whether they be prescription diets or not. The veterinarian may also calculate the calories your diabetic furbaby will need in a day to stay healthy and fit, so that their diabetes can better remain under control. And, as always, be sure to let your veterinarian know of any concerns you have regarding your furbaby's diabetes and diet.