Tag Archives: Kitsap Humane Society
As the snowpocalypse continued for more days, I stayed home and amused myself with various projects. One of which was more sketches from the Kitsap Humane Society Instagram account. All of these are packed up to be sent, along with … Continue reading
Watercolor sketches done, with permission, from the Instagram account of the Kitsap Humane Society. I will now mail the originals to them to use for any purpose. All done over the past 3 months. Given that we’ll soon be snowed-in … Continue reading
Five more sketches of adoptable dogs from the Kitsap Humane Society’s Instagram images (used with permission). They all go in an envelope to send as a batch as I donate all the originals to them to use as they see … Continue reading
Normally I’m only doing dog sketches from the Instagram account of Kitsap Humane Society. But the person who coordinates donations and to whom I send these asked for a sketch of the cat she fosters. So now I’ve done one … Continue reading
My schedule for today was rather full. First, I went to the Museum of Flight to see the presentation on the Voyager spacecraft by a fellow volunteer. She is Maria and a high school student! It was very well attended. … Continue reading
With a friend visiting this weekend, I’ve gotten behind on my posts. On Thursday (2/22/18) I did two sketches. I took the new Field Notes Signature Sketchbook with my to my shift at the museum. I had just enough time … Continue reading
Three more sketches of adoptable dogs from the Kitsap Humane Society’s Instagram images. They all go in an envelope to send as a batch as I’m now donating all the originals.
Last week I wrote that Kitsap Humane Society had accepted the offer of my sketches made from their Instagram images. Today I sent them the first collection: Over the weekend, I started more.
I contacted Kitsap Humane Society about donating the originals of my sketches of their Instagram photos. They’ve accepted and might use them as auction items. My reasoning is that, at best, the sketches have a “shared copyright”. I sketched from … Continue reading