Leonburger – Postcards for the Lunch Bag

Artwork-Zebra Zensations Technical Pen and Daniel Smith watercolor on a Hahnemühle Rough Watercolor Postcard. Brushes: Jack Richeson Richeson Grey Matters Synthetic Watercolor Flat 1/4 Photo courtesy of kytalpa on Pixabay.

A relatively new breed, the Leonburger was developed in the 1840’s and meant to resemble a lion, though many people think they look more like teddy bears.

Doodlewash prompts: Lion and Puppy


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Artist Ambassador for Zebra Pens. I'm a self-taught artist who dances about with all sorts of artistic mediums. My main loves are Watercolor, Zentangle and Ballpoint pen. The subjects of my work are many and varied and change at whim. I'm a little bit crazy, but doesn't that come with being an artist? At my Life Imitates Doodles Blog, I post a list of resource links for Tangles, Tutorials and Giveaways two times a week. I also write reviews, hold giveaways and share my art work.

8 thoughts on “Leonburger – Postcards for the Lunch Bag

  1. What a cute interesting doggy. Another amazing piece of work! Love! I tried my Jane brush. It did not collapse, but then I wasn’t painting large areas. Mainly details. I do like the point on it, but I don’t like having to go back and forth for water. It’s a matter of getting used to a different technique. I’ll continue playing with it. 😉

      1. Yes, I use waterbrushes and can’t seem to move from the. I did not think of it being a synthetic. I’ll have to did out some of my other brushes and try them. I am trying to “mature” in my painting. Lol, I don’t think that will ever happen since my inner child is let loose often.

  2. I could just scratch all that sadness from his eyes for not resembling a lion. What a cutie. You really captured the emotion in this postcard, Sandra. Thank you for sharing and gifting us.

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