31 July 2010
29 July 2010
2. Accentuate your best features - Star Eyes are a must as is an effective nose enhancer, eg pentagonal blob.
3. Jazz it up with some highlights - I have painted my nails pink because it is a pretty colour and is not your everyday run-of-the-mill boy nail colour. Adds intrigue.
That was your art lesson for today.
Mr Koda MD
27 July 2010
24 July 2010
I must try harder next time.
By the way, my portrait was drawn with coloured pencil and the detail is amazing! The real life version is even more stunning!!!!!
See more details at www.petportrait.co.nz - perhaps you can borrow your Mummy or Daddy's plastic and order one for them for christmas!
Worth efurry cent!
By the way, I have been sent to camp. When mum dropped me off, I couldn't wait to curl up safely on my blankies. I was quite intimidated by all the barky dogs! I saw some other little soldiers that would rather be curled up with their Mums and Dads at home then spending the weekend in Doggy Hell!
However... Mum assured me it was safe and she will remember to pick me up on Sunday. Paws crossed she doesn't forget me.
21 July 2010
Mum surprised me with a distinguishingly handsome version of yours truly. This was completed by our lovely friend Jewel. She is amazing! See her other fantastical pet portraits here. You might recognise another handsome chap there too!
19 July 2010
I didn't feel like pawing much last week because I was so hideously embarassed by my new predicament.
I spent much of the week doing this:
Do you notice anything different about the MD?
Yes you have pups and kitties:
Mother Dearest has not cottoned on to the fact that purple makes me gender confused and feeling a bit miffed. I am not a purple kind of fellow!
(Note from the useless Mother Dearest: it is a rich purple, the photo made it look bluey)
I am thankful that the purple is overtaken by that lovely lime colour, now that is a colour I on good terms with.
Don't worry! I fixed it. On Wednesday I found something dead, decaying and delicious to roll in and got as much muck wedged into the collar that it was unbearable and disgusting to those peoples sensitive snorters. I am now back in orange, for good I hope.
Hope everyone had a fantastical weekend. Mother Dearest had the scary noise machine out on Saturday morning so I spent the morning on her bed, not scared of course, merely keeping out of the way. We Yaksat on Saturday and we went for our usual Sunday adventurings in the forest and I spent the most of yesterday afternoon napping in the scarcely positioned sunpuddles on the sofa.
I am also aware that Mother Dearest has something special that will be unveiled tomorrow! It is arriving in one of those parcel vans that bring the important things to town... (like boxes of snacks), I am very looking forward to tomorrow!!!!
I will share it with you as soon as I am enlightened!
17 July 2010
An MD's throat makes an excellent chew toy...
Sticky drool aids in the catching of airborne snacks...
As do floppy ears and nonchallance, balance is important...
Kodiak demonstrates that as long as you focus...
Patience will reward you... drooling onto the snack dishes also helps, or helping yourself to salami...
14 July 2010
12 July 2010
Do you remember when I told you a couple of weeks ago about my cold and freezing weekend at grandma's house?
Saturday night was spent like this:
Yip you are right, I was cold and miserable. Like most days.
Things were looking up on Sunday morning when the chopper man came around to finish the tree felling and clean up the tree that had dropped its coat.
He brought a friend with him:
We had a great time playing, but I don't think he liked my way of play.... the learned behaviour from those siberian terrors I play with....
Anyhoo we had a good time!
His human did this to our tree in question:
He took all the evidence away and it just look like a scattering of woodchips on the grass. Very tidy indeed. Mum was too slack to take a picture of the finished product. Or the scary machines he used to do it.
I also viewed these "things" from the dining room window:
They are a breed of bird called a "tui". They have a funny white tuft under their chinny-chin-chin. The neighbours had a sweet sugar/water mixture below the tree on which the tuis snacked and slurped.
Nothing much else happened. I was glad to be headed home.
OUT of the FOG!
And out came the sun! Look at this scenery:
The mountaintops rose out of the fog!
10 July 2010
08 July 2010
Family is important right? I pawsonally don't really get along with my brothers very well. So its quite lucky that I don't see them very often!
I know of two brothers who I do see quite often tho...
Here is one of them:
Snowflake Mr Fox
Can you guess who the other brother is?
I'll give you a clue:
Paws and Bones!
OK, if it has not yet clicked in your furry noggins who this other brother may be...
Its Mr Yak!