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I finished another .
This is the fourth portrait in a series of four based on a scene from the movie "Umimachi diary" ("Our little sister") by Hirokazu Kore-Eda. It is of the character Chika, the younger of the three Kouda sisters.

I used Conté pencils, Faber-Castell Graphite Aquarelle and Derwent Inktense on Arches 300 g/m² rough watercolour paper, 56 cm x 38 cm.

I finished another .
This is the fourth portrait in a series of four based on a scene from the movie "Umimachi diary" ("Our little sister") by Hirokazu Kore-Eda. It is of the character Chika, the younger of the three Kouda sisters.

I used Conté pencils, Faber-Castell Graphite Aquarelle and Derwent Inktense on Arches 300 g/m² rough watercolour paper, 56 cm x 38 cm.

Terza tappa di Oltre Tevere!
Tappa medio-lunga, non particolarmente impegnativa dal punto di vista dei dislivelli anche se offre un primo sali e scendi iniziale e un altro a tre quarti del percorso.
Il bacino artificiale di Montedoglio fra i due, consente di passeggiare in totale rilassatezza al riparo da ogni tipo di traffico, godendo di vedute pittoriche del paesaggio specchiato sull’acqua.
L’arrivo in San Sepolcro è incantevole, nel cuore della bassa alluvionale ai piedi del paese, in mezzo a coltivazioni di erbe medicinali che si perdono lontane alla vista. L’approvvigionamento d’acqua è difficile, non toccando il percorso grossi centri abitati.

ammappalitalia.it/pieve-santo-

Una mappa per ricordare i crimini del colonialismo italiano

Il 19 febbraio saranno passati 84 anni dal massacro di Addis Abeba, tra i tanti crimini del colonialismo italiano, uno dei più disgustosi e spietati, perché commesso lontano dai campi di battaglia, senza nemmeno l’alibi di una guerra in corso.

Si trattò di un’immane rappresaglia, scattata in seguito all’attentato fallito contro il viceré d’Etiopia Rodolfo Graziani.

internazionale.it/opinione/wu-

The Kokinshū (古今集) was the first Imperial collection of waka form poetry, published in 905 (Heian era). It contains 1,111 poems and a cultivated person of that time needed to know them all by heart.

The Tale of Genji is full of references to this work.

A few weeks ago I wrote a piece called "Per Tiziana". I was quite happy with result, but now I'm happier. Why? Because Wim took the piece and made a great new orchestration of it! If you want to read the whole story, have a look at our twin post, either

quickandtastycooking.org.uk/ar

or

noblogo.org/eidon/per-tiziana-

@wim_v12e

And if you're curious about the beautiful picture... have a look here ^_^ octodon.social/@wim_v12e/10574

This is the full picture which I cropped to use as banner for the blog post about my arrangement of Eidon's piece "Per Tiziana" (quickandtastycooking.org.uk/ar).

I took it one summer evening in Kyoto. On Kawaramachi Doori (河原町通) there is a building called Kyoto Bal (京都BAL), which is full of posh shops. Next to it is a narrow alley called Kitakurumaya Doori (北車屋通). I found a window on the 2nd floor that overlooked the alley, and from there I took this picture.


A while ago, Eidon wrote a beautiful short piece called "Per Tiziana" and I made an alternative arrangement for it. We co-wrote a blog post about it:

quickandtastycooking.org.uk/ar

@Eidon


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