And this is “Gule,” a big big bracelet on one arm and a flower in the other hand, with a few little “e’s” thrown in:
In chalk, here is a pony. Depending on your perspective. (That little circle that could be an elephant ear is actually the pony’s head, with a nice mane flowing down. And that long thing that could be a trunk is actually a leg. In case you were wondering.)
Isn’t it obvious?
Have you figured it out yet?
OK, OK. This, my dear friends, is the flight of a hummingbird. (We read Little Green by Keith Baker a few nights earlier, in case you were wondering…)
“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”