great big hug and kiss!What else could I say concerning to you and your post:-)x Stefanie
thank you Robertofor this heartwarming drawingi always see myself alone in my cocoonbut your drawing shows how nice it can bewith two ;^))thank you for joining and sharingand a big hug!xxx
So... this is where the butterflies-in-the-belly-from-falling-in-love come from! These cocoons remind me of a heart. A real human heart, I mean, because of the color and shape. But also they ressemble lungs and in my imagination I feel them pumping beating breathing vibrating and then poofff... hearts fly out of the cocoons as kisses and symbols of new born love! That is beautiful!!!I like how you put the delicately drawn figures in their pods of thick, fleshy tissue. It really gives the idea of looking into an egg that is about to pop.XXWW!!
Yes! Two in a cocoon. I never think of that either. But you, dear Roberto, show us. Thank you for showing us...for reminding us. Love these colours of the background. *hugs* Norma, x
:-)your entry actually prompted me to go look into "cocoon" on youtube. and what do you know? this björk song might be fascinating! n♥
That's a lovely thought. Love, the butterfly which emerges from the cocoon of two. Love it. :D
entirely charming and lovely ~
Beautiful butterfly, dear Roberto,great drawing, heart-warming and with many levels. The cocoons could be even kidneys which represents in the TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) the root of life. I find in your beautiful drawing a kind of yin and yang, too.And: may I please invite you to the next drawing challenge?It is: MetamorphosisLove, Ariane (Rose)
siempre originali e unici
The ultimate valentine cocoon: two love lungs! - eric
A butterfly, called love!...I like you used pastels!
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