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Thread: Birdie

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    Birdie

    A request of my younger son after he saw this kind of suspended toy in his pediatric doctor waiting room. I took a mental shot of it and reproduced it.
    He seems quite satisfied ...
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very pretty,colorfull..it must have south american roots...

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    I love those colour combinations, Caesar.
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    It's just a little more than a speedy doodle for kids. I spread colors and removed them tho shape the image with the eraser. Some little knife, a lower layer as the background sky and .... that's it, the "tagliatelle" are ready to eat and taste!

    Thank You, dear Anna, Sandra and Hinket! Anna, as You know South America is also called Latin America. Maybe it can be considered an oversized version of Naples and Southern Italy using, just as we do with Spanish, Portuguese and French, some colourful Latin dialects ....
    In fact our Cristoforo Colombo, Amerigo Vespucci and Sebastiano Caboto went there as the first tourists ever, after all, at someone's else expenditures ...
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    They must have been as curious as you are, Caesar, must be running in the blood... and i like this kind of people, a bit restless, courages and maybe they liked to draw in wc also... anyway, beautiful colorfull birdie it is, it just reminded me of those living in Costa Rican palmtrees on the beaches there...

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    Those tropical birds are very delightful. When I was grwoing up, we used to have a very green parrot that never lived in a cage. His wings were clipped but he went everywhere in short flights but always came home for dinner.

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    Cute, colourful and a delight to see Cesare. Well done
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    Caesar, as usual I love your painting, very nice colors

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    Caesar, what a great kid´s "doodle." It does have the vibrant colors of Latin America. As to your explorers, I knew of Colombo (aka Colón and Columbus) and Vespucci. I thought Sebatian Cabot was English. Maybe I´m thinking of the large English actor with a beard.
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