Saturday, August 24, 2013

Grandma's Little 'Elper

Kittens are different today. Mother has turned really older. She's grandmother now. And she has a new helper, to get her through the busy day. What a drag it is, getting old. 
Kudos to the man or woman who had put this video on Youtube!
"Getting old, getting old, getting old, getting old"
Little 'elper is 'elping grandmotheur with the 'nitting.
"Grandma's little Helper", Acryl on Canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2013

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Emerald Bamboo

How about that? Another tiger in the Bamboo Forest. Who had ever though of that? Just because I like this theme I guess. These emerald bamboo with turquoise leafs rock, yeah!
"Rocking the Bamboo Forest", Acryl on Canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2013.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Sunday Walkies...

Nice Sunday for a walkies. Let's see if there are some feathers to eat somewhere.
Ain't he kewl?
"Sunday Walkies", Acryl on Canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2013

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Stormy nights...

Ready for the Storm, kitty. No worries for the Storm Cat (嵐猫), he will manage. Hoping for lots of rain, driving the mice out of their holes.
"Storm Cat '13", Acryl on canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2013

Friday, January 18, 2013

Flag Jack

The sketch of this cat was made a very long time ago, but I never worked the idea out. Actually I am pretty pleased with how it looks like. Maybe I should do more Union Jack cats.
Purple whiskers. Nice.
"Flag Jack", acryl on canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2013.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Bonjour. Je suis Alain-Immanuel, le Chat Sacré de Choucher du Soleil.

It's the Holy Cat of Sun Set in Winter. Walking around, this silver cat is surrounded by enchanting colors. The sides is copper/bronze. First time I used this, though I first planned to use fox brown.
"Alain-Immanuel", Acryl on wood, 9 x 9 cm, 2013

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Mini Pusy.

I had a little piece of wood left after sawing the 10 x 10 cm planks. I managed to make a 2.5 x 2.5 cm plank out of it. It's almost a cube... With the new paint brushes I got, it's fairly easy to make such a small cat. I think he looks funny too. It does not really have a name (yet), but since it felt I made this  cat (the cat only, not the background) was finished in maybe 5 minutes (well, it actually took me probably about 15 - 20 minutes in real), I call it my "5 Minute Cat".
"I am BIG!". Isn't he cute?
It's too small to sign on the front, it was even hard on the side...
"Untitled (5 minute cat)", Acryl on Wood, 25 x 25 mm, 2013.

Sunday, January 6, 2013


I think it has been a long time that I made tigers. I specially like "candy tigers", cat's that look so colorful and bright, that it almost gives you an instant toothache. Why not combine a candy tiger into a holy cat?
I very much like the way this came "out of the paint" (literately translated Dutch expression). First I made the upper part turquoise. After that I painted the whole rest red-brown, the color of my new bought icon. The lot of decoration around the cat does make it look more festive than a holy cat. Doesn't he look so eatable?
"Jean - Niolas (Holy candy Tiger)", Acryl on Wood, 10 x 10 cm, 2013.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Holy King

Beside an icon and some T-Shirts, I also bought ultra fine paint brushes in Antwerp. Ideal for fine-tuning my cats. Specially the whiskers have been pretty problematic on my smaller cats, as even my 000 brush is maybe too big sometimes. I now have a 4-0 and a 10-0 brush. With these brush I can even give the little 1 cm angel cats wings and whiskers. Maybe I should buy a loupe, to finish these cats better.
The text on the cat says"猫の神聖な王", which means something like "Holy King of Cats".
The "Shozu" stamp of approval.
"Holy King of Cats", acryl on wood, 10 x 10 cm, 2013.

Friday, January 4, 2013


A happy new year to my Lucky Cats weblog readers. I hope to make some new special cats this year. I went out shopping in Antwerp. I stopped by the cathedral and bought this icon. My holy cats are inspired by these paintings (in case you didn't had noticed that. Let's see if you find details back in a few of my forthcoming Holy Cats.
Sorry, my cats do not come with a certificate and stamp. They are also not ISO 9000 rated. They are only for your viewing pleasure, so that they make you feel happy and lucky.