When I was in grade school, my friend had a pug. My dog at the time was Phoebe, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. I adored her. Corgis are the cutest dogs in the world; in my opinion at least. My friend believed it was pugs. We would playfully argue on a daily basis on whose dog was cuter. I would tape pictures of Phoebe on her locker and she taped pictures of her pug on mine. So devious we were.
I honestly never understood how anyone thought a pug was cute. I thought they were ugly. I still kind of do but it’s become more of a “you’re so ugly your cute” kind of thing. I saw more and more pictures of them and realized I needed to draw one. Regardless if they are cute or ugly they made me smile whenever I saw them.
They are hilariously cute…I guess. As my son would put it, they look derpy; their wrinkly faces, their big bulging eyes. To top it off, a nose that looks like they ran into a glass door. A face only a mother could love.
So in continuation with my last post, here is my pugly drawing. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it!
Until next time,
“Easy, pal. That’s canine profiling, and I resent it.”
Categories: Traditional Art