Yoda, it's beautiful!I love how this project causes to change a style - it's a little bit different and still so you!
Wonderful as always!
ahh, Ms. Yoda, if only I could draw people as well as you! You are a star!
WOW, this looks awesome. Some day I would like to know what is behind the red cheeks. But it is distinctively you. I thought I remembered that fish being much larger though. Ha, ha. Way to go!
Lovely drawing, Yoda. Great keepsake. Lucky redredpres.The fish will seem much larger when it's me dressed in a fish costume chasing after you with a fishing rod. Can't wait to get my hands on your book redredpres.
another wonderful portrait Yoda!! I believe if you look at the comments area of one of Yoda's self portraits, from a month or so ago, she explains the red cheeks and some of her other symbolism. Truly inspiring. :)Hahaha... Marty, looking forward to seeing you as a revengeful fish... =D
This is very beautiful. I'm off to read that comment to find out about those red cheeks. I love the read cheeks!
Somebody asked me the same question a long time ago about the red cheeks.Is a symbol of purity, spiritual at least. I've noticed that in cartoons only kids have those kind of red cheeks and to be a child is to be pure, to be amazed everyday about everything. When we grow up we loose some of that, we have to even if we don't want to, but I think we have to keep some of it, or more than some.I didn't have a "normal" childhood, it ended too soon. Now years later, I'm trying to live that, not in the same way of course, just in my works. So that's why I use the cheeks, the colour sometimes is not that important :)
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