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Hippopotanimusmus – Marlin Peterson
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Hippopotanimusmus

I painted this Hippopotamus for the perennially lovely Christine for her birthday.  It was only 4 years late, but I made up for that in the size…it is 24×48″ and mounted above the kitchen windows.  I also took a time lapse of this so I hope to get that up soon.

There has been some discussion on changing the color of the water to look a little less like blood…but it was valentines day!  Relajate amorcita!  Dije no es sangre, es el color del corazon!

2 Comments

  • Uncle Davidian

    Bloody right!!! How do you make bloody water look a little less like blood(y water)?
    the hippo doesn’t look so happy…..

    March 7, 2011 at 9:38 AM
  • Christine

    What an incredibly lucky girl!!!!

    March 10, 2011 at 3:30 PM

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