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Cat Print, Cat Card, Hyperspace Cats, Two Mischief Cats from Hyperspace: Who us?

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Cat Print, Cat Card, Hyperspace Cats, Two Mischief Cats from Hyperspace: Who us?

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Two Mischief Cats from Hyperspace: Who us?
A blank greeting card made from an original watercolor

Susan Gainen
Whimsical Wildlife Documentarian
susangainenartist.com

The Two Mischief Cats' portrait is painted on a tree-free paper called TerraSkin. Because it is 76% calcium carbonate and 24% binder, watercolor paint puddles and dries, creating a hyperspace effect. Or at least that's what I saw when I first put watercolor on it.

The original painting is the lavender version (#2). I scanned it and hit "invert" in Photoshop. That's how green cats happen.

The two cats are based on my cat Max, the original "Who me?" cat.

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