Pongo is the narrator and male protagonist of the 1961 Disney animated feature film One Hundred and One Dalmatians. He is the mate of Perdita and father of 15 Dalmatian puppies and adoptive father of 84 more puppies. Much like his owner, Roger, Pongo is laid-back, playful, and a tad goofy. Aside from this, he is extremely loyal, and actually took note of Roger's loneliness as a songwriting bachelor, thus making it his mission to find his good friend a suitable companion. With this, Pongo is the reason Roger and his wife, Anita, actually came together. This was an example of Pongo's love for Roger, and the two were shown to be the best of friends, having a mutual understanding towards one another. Roger affectionately refers to Pongo as "Pongo, ol' boy" and the two were even shown to share their own dance, which they engaged in whenever something celebratory occurred.
Here is a doodle for today☺️
While sketching the previous lightbulb artworks I was reminded of hot air balloons and I had this idea in my head unfortunately it didn’t turn out anything like I had imagined 😅.
Paper: @fabriano1264 , Cold Press 300g Watercolor Paper
Paint:@artezaofficial (Yellow Ochre/ Deep Green/Titanium White/ Prussian Blue/ Noir/Rose)
Brush: Nobel 168R (0)
Pen: @peter_pauper_press (01 Black Micron )