Watercolor Wednesday

bpiggies copy

Piggy tricks;)

Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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  1. Close your eyes …. and open wide …
    Piggy looks supremely confident she’s got that treat coming her way 😉
    Lovely!

  2. You picture perfect, expressive, meaningful, likeness, dear Elena! Sometimes there are people, pigs than pigs!
    Thank you for sharing!
    You have a wonderful weekend, dear Elena! Big hugs, Stefania! 🙂

  3. As soon as I saw this illustration I was reminded of ‘Pig In The Pond’ by Martin Waddel … this is perfect … I reckon you’d dig it 🙂

  4. Someone commented, “clever.” Perfect for this painting and there is a connection between the human and pig. You consistently bring the highest level of creativity to the canvas – love it.

      1. It means misleading someone, telling untruths. Most often it is used as a mild rebuke for a child who is ‘telling porkies’. In your picture it could be the pig who is offering some excuse for a misdemeanour – or maybe the other way round!!

  5. -“Okay, listen, I’m going off to work but will be back very soon. You’ll behave while I’m away, won’t you?”
    -“Yes, I will, but don’t be late!. I’m missing you already”.
    Love it, Elena!
    🙂

  6. Ooo…I missed the curly tail on the man until I read the comment!!!!

    Hehehehe…hmmm interesting story this could turn out to be! Like the little pig that wanted to be a man?

  7. Lovely – just lovely. I really like the way you layer the paint and keep the transparency!

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