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These are further illustrations for the "week" series. The idea - it's a short rhyming sentence - a task for every day for children - so the children's stylistics. For me it's Affinity fun and learning. I only show the ones I have done in Affinity Designer (others are in Inkscape). Each illusion came out in a different style.

THURSDAY

 

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On ‎6‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 1:03 PM, Justyna said:

 

 

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Google translate did not translate Bartek. So I searched on the web.

I found the following.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartek_(tree)

Is the cartoon about that tree or the toy? Or about both simultaneously?

Or is Bartek a Polish idiom?

William

 


Using a Lenovo ideapad 510 running Windows 10 in England

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15 hours ago, Gunny said:

'That' really very Polish. :)

No matter how hard I try the Sunday image & rhyme do not make sense in Czech... :10_wink:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Europe#/media/File:Eurobarometer_poll.png

In English every weekday has a name ending in 'day', so maybe in English we would need to use months.

I remember there is a song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K32a9bM0tcI

William

 


Using a Lenovo ideapad 510 running Windows 10 in England

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3 hours ago, William Overington said:

Google translate did not translate Bartek. So I searched on the web.

I found the following.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartek_(tree)

Is the cartoon about that tree or the toy? Or about both simultaneously?

Or is Bartek a Polish idiom? 

William

 

:D  Bartek is a diminutive from Bartłomiej (male name)

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3 hours ago, William Overington said:

In English every weekday has a name ending in 'day', so maybe in English we would need to use months.

I remember there is a song. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K32a9bM0tcI

William

 

William - Gunny is ironizing here - But all these illustrations are about the way of communication, lightness, technique - not about imposing anything.

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12 hours ago, William Overington said:

Ah, I was thinking that he could not get a rhyme in the Czech language for the Czech language word for Sunday.

William

 

 

Czech and Polish are actually quite similar so the exact translation would rhyme just fine ("niedziela - odwiedzam przyjaciela" -> "neděle - navštěvuji přítele").

The problem are other cultural differences. The Czechs generally don't go to church on Sunday (maybe except of some parts of South Moravia) and no Czech would describe it as "seeing a friend".

"Bartek" is Polish equivalent of "Bart".

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3 hours ago, Justyna said:

:) All illustrations from the series Week to see here:

BEHANCE - week // 2D - illustrations for children

What a lovely, lovely little book!!!!   


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