Goat

pygymy-goat
Really, I’m quite ashamed it’s taken me this long to get to drawing a goat. Sigh. How I wish I had the space for a few of the characters!

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28 comments
  1. Space for a real one Jacob?…..Pygmy goats are just the cutest cheeky pets you could have, great fun little escape artists. Great drawing.

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    • Jacob said:

      They are indeed – I so want one… one day! Thanks, Rebecca!

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  2. What on earth has taken you this long sir?!! Hehe…this is an awesome goat! So well done and love the personality of this guy! ❤️ My grandmother had goats when I was growing up. Fun memories. I still want one to call my own, but I’m content just gazing at yours.

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    • Jacob said:

      I know, I know – I’m as disgusted as you are! I guess I was just given a shot in the arm after you did a giraffe for ‘G’ rather than the obvious 😉 I’m glad you like him! And I’m very jealous that your grandparents had goats. I hope one day you get your own, though I’m unsure of how well they mix with basenjis and polecats (but nevertheless, what a fun mix!)

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      • Haha! Thanks for filling in the gaps then.😉I imagine I could do the alphabet all over again with a completely different set! But I’m going to forgo the goat. You’re right…I know the basenji won’t be pleased after becoming thoroughly pissed already about the polecats.

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      • Jacob said:

        Hahaha, that’s true and oh man, you don’t want to get on the bad side of King Phineas. He’ll send you packing! 😮

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  3. Bill Fufkin said:

    I used to enjoy hugely going to visit the goats at the local farm… this is going back quite some time now! They are special. B

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    • Jacob said:

      I used to look forward to that too, Bill – this is going back quite a way aswell 😉 They’re cute. And hilarious!

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  4. Goats are such funny and fun creatures. You drew this one so well that I want to reach out and pet its fuzzy muzzle! Love it!

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    • Jacob said:

      Thanks so much, Teresa! I rather wish I could do that, too… I might have to spend my Sunday searching for goats to pet!

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  5. Lee Hesketh said:

    Awesome drawing Jay! Your goat is GOAT! XD

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    • Jacob said:

      Haha, I had to google what on earth you meant by ‘GOAT’. I’m not terribly in tune with cool speak. 😉 Thanks Lee!

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    • Jacob said:

      Me too! Any will do. Enjoy your new companion! 😉

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    • Jacob said:

      Aw, thanks Laura! I’m starting to enjoy animals a lot more now- ’tis the WordPress effect methinks! – and I’m glad that’s coming through!

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      • You’re a natural, Jacob – how could it not?? I still can’t believe how young you are – you seem as though you’ve been doing this for eons!

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      • Jacob said:

        Haha! That’s very sweet, thank you! I drew obsessively as a child, but it’s only really in the last couple of years, when I’ve had time on my hands, that I’ve pushed myself to reacquaint and really focus on it. I’d forgotten what great therapy it is, and I think I’d forgotten just how much I enjoyed it!

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      • Amen, great therapy it is! I so agree. You were born to make art, Jacob. I think that’s why it feels so good to you to DO it. ❤ Roll on, my friend!

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      • Jacob said:

        I shall, as long as you do the same! 🙂

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      • Jacob, it took me over 45 years to figure it out, but I need to do it. There’s no choice in the matter. We shall roll on, MacDuff!

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  6. Tori said:

    I’m a big fan of goats too and your characterful fella is no exception! He’s fabulous 😊

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    • Jacob said:

      Thanks, Tori! Yay for goats, such fun characters – I’ll get one the same day I get my pig, I reckon!

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