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Caesar
08-05-2014, 08:49 PM
I just wanted to let shy mates too enjoy this jolly party in the wood ....:o;)LOL Pat, how do You do?:D Parnassus moved to Hawaii I guess ... LOL:o;) Ehi, the girl on the left looks a bit like Pai ....:eek::o

D Akey
08-06-2014, 06:23 AM
And The Bard wrote. . .
Othello: "Forsooth and Oy Vey! 'Tis Desdamona! Quick! Hide thee and thine cheery blossoms! To wit, they are out of season and paying for unseasonal fruit should vex her dear!"

Caesar, you're becoming epic. Hahaha. Love them. . . er. . . it. . . um. . . these ribald Shakespearean neon-Classical fantasies. I shall away to the forest, apace.

AndreaMG
08-06-2014, 06:42 AM
Haha I like this "hawaiian vertion" :o :cool:

Caesar
08-06-2014, 08:07 AM
Thank You, dear D Akey! What an amusing comment!:D It was probably one of my Midsummer Dreams, You know, before my wife reached for a club. ;)
Anyway, maybe there's still some sort of ancestral memory and subconscious drivesinstead, which made me refer to Othello or rather to Moorish raiders and pirates kidnapping girls and slaughtering people with their raids in Southern Italy. We tend to criticize crusades and often forget what was (and still is being) done the other way. Rodhes, Crete, and Bisantium knew not only the Venitians' hard dominance, but also that far from better of the Islamic empires, Otoman Turks in particular. Malta resisted with their Knights coming from duifferent European countries: Spain, Italy, England, France.

Aloha, dear Andrea ... and thank You! You see, recycling paintings may be echological ...ahahah:o;)

pat1940
08-06-2014, 08:55 AM
:):):):):):)Dear Caesar, well thankyou dear friend, we certainly had our laugh for the day, my hubby and myself, your humor is so uplifting and your art is such a pleasure to see, my day is complete:):D:D:D:D:D:D

Caesar
08-06-2014, 08:30 PM
:):):):):):)Dear Caesar, well thankyou dear friend, we certainly had our laugh for the day, my hubby and myself, your humor is so uplifting and your art is such a pleasure to see, my day is complete:):D:D:D:D:D:D

Dear Pat, thank you for Your most kind word. I'm delighted to be able to uplift for a while such a nice couple with my silly illustrations, I'm pleased by the idea that You may laugh, I can almost see the scene and share your fun in a way. Well, take care and, as ancient Romans said in Latin: Sursum corda! (Up with Your hearts!). It should be easier now that You can kiss Your hubby again ...;):o

pai
08-06-2014, 08:48 PM
i knew you're going to post another version here :P Actually two versions feels so differently...especially after you added those pretty flowery, right away, this painting looks lovely sweet and cute to me. Amazing to see how you can do different versions with just slightly changes. :)

Caesar
08-06-2014, 10:26 PM
Eh, eh ... recycling paintings is better for the world, dear Pai. No waste. :D It looks like You too joined the party with the satyr. Isn't she You the girl on the left? LOL;):o

Belvrog
08-07-2014, 10:38 AM
:D:D:D:D:D:D:D Really funny mat and very well done. Btw. the colors you've chosen for your background are spot on!

Caesar
08-07-2014, 08:38 PM
Thank You, dear Belvrog! All that salad was needed to make the figure jump out also chromatically!