Badger and the Fox

Badger and the Fox

It’s been quite a while – even for me.  So I thought I would show you my two latest babies.

This is a drawing in graphite 12×8 on 15×11 paper.

My operation went well and the cuts/scars are healing nicely.  I can’t say I’m cancer free yet but at least the operation is over with.

I must say sorry for not being able to visit everyone’s blogs recently.  Hopefully things will look-up in 2014.

Now I just need to finish the painting I started before all this started….


24 thoughts on “Badger and the Fox

  1. Glad you’re back. I had noticed your absence, but didn’t know you were dealing with health issues. You came back with a bang, with that wonderful artwork, and thank you for posting it.

  2. Stew!!! Good to see you back! I as well had no idea what you have been going through, but Im so happy your surgery went well and you are on the mend and back : ) What a beautiful drawing, I absolutely love badgers and foxes. You captures the softness on these little guys so well.

    Really happy to see you back and again and I hope you are doing well, you are in my thoughts.

    1. Hello Mari. Thanks for taking a look and also for the great comments.
      I see you have some wonderful foxes on your blog too.
      I am so sorry to hear that your little girl is in hospital – I was unaware of this. I hope she is ok and gets well quickly.

  3. Great to hear you are post-surgery – and lovely of you to share your delightful fox and badger 🙂 Happy to see you posting. Sending good and healing thoughts for the New Year.

  4. Glad to see you back and hear that the surgery went well. And what a beautiful piece of art – with such amazing detail!

    And concerning you health:

    May God give you…
    For every storm, a rainbow,
    For every tear, a smile,
    For every care, a promise,
    And a blessing in each trial.
    For every problem life sends,
    A faithful friend to share,
    For every sigh, a sweet song,
    And an answer for each prayer.

  5. Wow Stew! This is just amazing. The detail you capture is riveting. I am very glad you are healing and I am hoping the cancer will be gone. Keep us posted! As you can see…quite a few of us are fans!

  6. As usual, your drawings amaze me. So realistic! And once again, such unique and interesting subject matter.

    Merry Christmas, Stew, and a HEALTHY, happy new year to you. I wish you all the best in every way in the coming year and thereafter.

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