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Thread: Cesare of the Sea

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    Cesare of the Sea

    I do so love the sailor and pirate characters of the old storybooks.
    Hope you like it Cesare.
    Watercolor, airbrush, pen.
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    Something new from you Alexandra and i like it. Especially the bird on his shoulder, so cute and curiously looking.

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    ROFL (whatever it exactly means)
    Dearest Sandra, You did what You promised with a quite gentle and neat downward stroke ...
    Thank You very, very much my lovely artistic friend!
    I look quite Caribbean here, but I hope I don't vhave that moon's curse ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    ROFL (whatever it exactly means)
    ROFL: Rolling On the Floor Laughing

    ROFLMAO: Rolling On the Floor Laughing My Ass Off

    ROFLMFAO: You figure it out.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Very piratical on sabbatical. Love the ambiance. Feels like a jolly Jimmy Buffett type -- aka "Parrot Heads"

    Decisions decisions. . .Pina colada. . .Martguerita. . .Rum. . . Taquila. . . What say you, Captain Paisan? Yar?

    Great spirited painting, wench!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Great job Alexandra! I was caught up with the face and parrot for a bit before I noticed the face in the upper right corner. Fascinating.
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    Lovely painting, very inspirational.

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    Well, the parrot was teaching me, direct in my ears, the English acronyms simultaneously to D Akey, dear Scott (including the last one with the mysterious F).
    So You were right, it was the actual boss and the real attraction Sandra wished to portray.
    The other guy was just added not to have a parrot looking either orphan or somehow hovering without some sort of perch ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Wonderful, including the moon.

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    AT, I love watercolors and this was painted over a previous portrait I made of handsome Cesare. I appreciate your kind comments, thank you!

    Heee heee hahahh Cesare. So happy that you weren't offended. I couldn't resist those eyes again and thought, hum? Yep, a pirate or a sailor like Sinbad. The bird, pitiful, but I thought quite funny, she is his companion. The sailer, amazingly handsome, and this might be just too much for the rest of the ladies here, I know it is for me. LOL.

    D-Akey, I am so happy that you got a kick out of this too! Thanks!

    Scott, Many thanks!

    Paul, Thank you!

    Oriane, Thank you!

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