Wednesday, March 23, 2011

King of the Hill

King of the Hill - Taz is challenging Roxy for the top!

Ta Da! Roxy is the clear winner!
My dogs were playing King of the Hill just the other day. This big pile of snow is what Sweetie shoveled off the flat garage roof. If you don't get it off before it starts melting it will puddle up and then leak through....not good.

Meet King Henry - Lynn at Getting My Feet Wet challenged us to draw a picture of her cat Henry. She posted a pic of him last Wednesday for HAW. So I accepted the challenge and sketched this regal pose. I'm calling him King Henry because all cats act like they are royalty! Check out her site and see other drawings of Henry from her other artsy friends.
Happy Animal Wednesday!

8 comments:

janice said...

Love the photos and your drawing. Very regal indeed. My Priscilla was the same way - she "allowed" me to live with her, feed her and clean her box! Oh how I miss her..

Lynn said...

Your dogs are too funny! Love the look on the taker of the hill!

And I LOVE your Henry drawing so much. Thanks for taking part in my challenge! We got some really cute art today and Henry V is so proud!

A Lady's Life said...

Very nice drawing.
You sure know how to do things quickly :)

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Great drawing of Henry..He might be King at Lynns but your dog is The King of the Snow mound!!! :)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

It is such fun seeing your dogs at play.I remember playing king of the hill as a child. Fun. King Henry is the best.

studio lolo said...

haha!! Go Roxy!!
I remember playing this as a kid. We'd even play it in mounds of raked leaves. I miss the smell of being buried in them on a sunny afternoon.

Wonderful drawing of Henry!! He is named after a king you know...Henry the Fifth (Henry V.)
I was too busy to do the challenge but I still hope to!

crochet lady said...

Used to play King of the Hill in grade school. I bet doggy KOTH was fun to watch :)

Nice drawing of Henry.

Kimmie said...

I saw the Henry drawing on Lynn's blog .... You captured him perfectly .... I remember that pose in her original photo!