PORTRAITS OF BONNIE
Gibbs was easier to draw than Bonnie. For one thing, he had a very distinctive face with a very long muzzle and those meltingly brown eye. Bonnie had completely different eyes — like little black buttons.
The way her coat grew, her eyes were usually hidden. Even when she had been recently groomed and her eyes were visible, they were so dark — nearly black — that they disappeared into her fur.
Her face was different too. She had a relatively short muzzle, almost more Cairn than a Scottie. She had a longer, silkier coat than Gibbs and a very long beard. All of which made drawing her more difficult. But I think I got it this time.