Busy Birdel lives in Fable Gardens. He just bought the newest issue of the Daily Dodo. His new hoof sandals help him run even faster, so he is the first at the willow down by the creek and can snatch his favourite reading spot. There is a rock, against which he props whatever he reads and he lies down in the cool shade of the big tree.
You can find Busy Birdel here:
This is Caterdoemouse; inhabitant of Fable Gardens. Relatives of Caterdoemouse are caterpillars, deer and dormice.
It came to live in my experiment of blending coloured pencils with different kind of oils. (Coconut)
You can read about it here: blending coloured pencils with oils
and you find Caterdoemouse here:
This his Sabertooth Birdiebunnyboo. He counts dragons, emus, sabertoothbunnies and the Dodo to his ancestors. He cannot fly because of his little Dodo bird wings, but he doesn’t mind . He travels through Fable Gardens in his favourite boots. A sighting, even if you only catch a glimpse of him in the corner of your eye, will bring you luck.
You can find Sabertooth Birdiebunnyboo here:
“No object is mysterious. The mystery is your eye.”
Happy Cartoonists Day!!
Until a couple of days ago, I had never heard about the colour shade “Hooker’s Green”. I was researching for veganartstuff.info and stumbled across this name on https://www.qorcolors.com/products/watercolors .
I got curious where the name originated from and it wasn’t the profession, but the English illustrator W. Hooker, it was named after posthumously in the mid-1800s.
The first thing that came to my mind after reading the name was however the film “Irma La Douce” starring Shirley MacLaine and Jack Lemon. In the film, Irma La Douce is a harlot, who dresses herself in green. She and her little white dog wear green bows, she wears green lingerie, garter belt, stockings,…
Now I wonder whether the character was purposely dressed in green because of “Hooker’s Green”, or whether it was a mere coincidence. It must have been on purpose. It is too nice a detail to not have been placed intentionally.
The Qor Watercolor shade “Hooker’s Green” is vegan-friendly (in case you are in need of a vegan-not harlot- but illustrator Hooker-green) and you can find more about it here : https://www.veganartstuff.info/2018/04/05/qor-watercolors-except-bone-black/ .
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