Once I had a cat that I loved dearly. His name was Mur and he was a masterpiece of it's feline kind. I used to take him with me on my holidays and sometimes I took him to my studio, whenever I had to spend some days there. During his staying at my studio, I managed, only a few times, to draw him while sleeping deeply. This was the only occasion when he stud still, otherwise, just hearing the noise of the pen on the paper, he would move and turn his back on me. However, once I managed to capture his image while steering benevolent at me. I had to be quick...
This drawing is made with ablack marker on very thin, transparent paper. That's why it is fixed with paper glue on a ochre pass-par-tout (a larger and thicker paper in proportional dimensions with the drawing).
The artwork is sold framed.
Thin, transparent paper, black marker.