I love racoons. I have never seen one in real life as I am from Australia. A racoon is not a common sight over here except perhaps in a zoo. From what I have seen via the internet and television they appear to be cheeky, fun little animals. With this observed nature in mind I gave my racoon drawing the title “Cheeky Little Guy”.
I love to create a little story to complement my artwork and bring my artwork to life. Below you will find the story of the “Cheeky Little Guy”.
He looks out from behind the garden shed. The next move must be carefully calculated. Rex does not like his presence here and Patch knows it.
Rex is on duty, pacing back and fourth and is looking very alert tonight. Patch must be very careful and very sneeky.
There is a banging noise in the distance. Patch does not know what it is and does not care. He has his eyes on Rex. Rex goes to the front yard to investigate. Patch sees his chance! Running full pace to the back porch, Patch quickly eats as many dog biscuits as he can. He does not want Rex (the German Shepard) to catch him again!
The master plan worked. Dog biscuits for dinner tonight. Will it work tomorrow night? Patch is not worried. A new masterplan will be created for tomorrow.
A pastel and charcoal drawing of a racoon entitled “Cheeky Little Guy” by Australian artist Tracey Everington – the creator of Tracey Lee Art Designs.
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