A Picasso Bird

Carla Sonheim shared how to make Picasso Dogs that were 3-dimensional in her free summer art camp for kids this summer.  If you missed it, please check out Carla’s online classes at CarlaSonheim.com

I decided to try my hand at a Picasso bird yesterday…

I have it folded into a mini book, below is the front and back:

A bird released:

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The unveiling…

 

 

Can you find the 2 eyes, 2 wings, 2 feet and a beak?

 

 

 

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How about now?

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Standing on the table, viewing both sides at once:

 

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Top view with shadows!

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And a surprise message on its wing for you:

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HAPPY Weird Bird Wednesday!

May your day unfold with JOY!

Cheers! 🙂

 

19 responses to “A Picasso Bird

  1. Good Morning Jill, what a fun post to wake up to. You must have had a blast making these characters.

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  2. This is definitely a weird bird!!!

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  3. Fantastic Jill. Thank you for starting my day out just right. HWBW and my your day unfold well.

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  4. Love love love. So Carla! ☺️

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  5. Wonderful! I love the photo from the top with the great shadows, too. (K)

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