RIP Harvick
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RIP Harvick

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I made this for a friend. Her 10 month old puppy was hit by a careless and cowardly driver who hit him and just kept driving.

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That's a sad story, but I got to ask, don't you think your friend should have been paying more attention to her dog? Your making the driver sound like a dick maybe he/she is I don't know. I just want to know, could she have prevented it, was this at night, was Harvick an inside dog? One last thing, was Harvick a lab?


Clueless-queen responds:

the fact of the matter is, this guy did not stop when he hit him. The best thing to do if you hit someones pet is pull over and find the owner and apologize. we live in a very rural area in nova scotia so yes alot of dogs are out door ones. This happened in daylight. as for him being a lab, I am not too sure. he is a mix I believe


that's a sad story coupled to the image. I wonder if the portrayal is really lifelike, or if he's intentionally drawn to look so innocent and naive as he does on the picture? Bit simple lining, but it's a good piece. RIP Harvick.

-cd-


Clueless-queen responds:

he was only a puppy and was a very innocent looking puppy. I have more of a cartoonish style so I do not draw these to make them look life like. I just try to capture their personality. Thanks for your comment :)


Well there is nothing much to say but sorry i suppose ?
(Good work i also feel weird giving a comment)



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May 3, 2013 | 10:47 PM EDT
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