Just a few little doodles of Opalescence and Winona, two characters I haven't drawn much of (or much at all really), an oversight I decided I needed to rectify. It isn't a lot by any means but anticipate much, much, much more art from me again soon!
Yes, I admit I find her rather charming myself in spite of her often catty personality (though I guess as she actually is a cat she at least has a decent excuse). Thank you very much dear, I appreciate it!
My pleasure!! ^_^ I have to admit though, that I"m thoroughly grateful that none of my cats have ever been like Opal. Although, my Thornicus is pretty fussy when it came to her kibble, lots of "crumbs" on the floor; whereas my mom's cat Gilbert would vacuum up anything dropped on the floor, Sullivan too, giglges.. She thinks she's a dog!
Haha aww, such cute names! Yes, as I've said my cat Grace is for better or for worse quite a bit like Opal (and she is a very fussy eater, strangely refusing even chicken and fish though she is more than happy to eat any of my houseplants any chance she is able). My other younger cat Mariah on the other hand is incredibly sweet and friendly and very dog-like... she follows me everywhere, almost never stops meowing and has knocked more than one piece of furniture over before (and tripped me) from so vigorously rubbing on everything constantly.
Oh my, well Sullivan gobbles up any kind of food from a plate; chicken, fish, steak, pork, ice cream, cake, chocolate XD Again, she thinks she's a dog. ^_^ We were told she was raised in a foster home that had 5 dogs and one other cat, so we figure that is where she learned and it has stuck with her ever since. Oh that kitty! Aww ^_^ My Thornley would do that with me when I was living at home. She never knocked much down, unless on my computer table, then the "desktop ponies" were all targets. But sometimes she'd run in front of me and make me have a nice spontaneous break dance routine. Then again, Gilbert and Sullivan can be dangerous walking down the stairs if it is close to supper time. Gilbert my mom and I agree is more like a real person. We have had him since around 6 months of age, and constantly talked to him like a real person. His personality was always cool to see, now that he's about 12 years old, he's more relaxing, 'enjoying retirement' as I call it.