At my friend James Warhola's house, I sketched his Welsh corgi named Maya.
She wondered why I was giving her so much attention, and whether I might feed her a bit of spaghetti or garlic bread.
She only held this pose for about 30 seconds. After she moved on, I tried to remember the initial position. I continued the sketch for about 15 minutes as she moved around the kitchen.
The drawing is in a Pentalic watercolor sketchbook. I used Caran D'ache Supracolor water-soluble colored pencils, blended with a Niji water brush. I always carry a tube of white gouache with me, and used it for highlights in the eyes and touch-ups along the muzzle.