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Loplop

Loplop
Not so lucky today with the gravures. This was the best but still too faint. But, I learned a lot!
Ah, Loplop was Max Ernst's alter ego as bird. He appeared magically on one of my blob paintings and I tried to make the intaglio based on it.

Wierd Folkersma, Bernhard Hofbeck, raingirl, Steve Bucknell and 12 other people have particularly liked this photo


18 comments - The latest ones
 J.Garcia
J.Garcia club
Max Ernst, c'est Max Ernest!
Mais ton travail est d'un surréalisme si merveilleux et poétique..
J'apprécie vraiment , Risa Profana
7 months ago. Edited 7 months ago.
 Giorgio Bree
Giorgio Bree
Porca miseria se sei brava.
Mi piace proprio!!!
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to Giorgio Bree
Thank you so much, Giorgio.
7 months ago.
 Sylvie Coeffic
Sylvie Coeffic club
Great one ! :-)
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to Sylvie Coeffic club
Thanks Sylvie. I was banned from Facebook can you imagine?
7 months ago.
raingirl club
has replied to Risa Profana club
banned for this image? well - lucky you - facebook is not worth any of our time. (i have to use it for promoting my husband, otherwise i would never be there)
7 months ago.
Sylvie Coeffic club
has replied to Risa Profana club
OMG ! It's worse than I thought !
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to raingirl club
No, not for this image. I even don´t know exactly why but it could be political reasons behind. I usually exposed some fascist and false memes with which some people put other in danger. FB has a real-name policy, that means that they don't allow pseudonyms but usually they don't bother unless someone reports you. My account was almost ten years old with the same Risaprofana. They suspended it for 30 days for having broken "their community laws" (the reason they gave was that, but not which of their rules) and that if I thought it was an error I could request an investigation between 30 days or they would disable it permanently .Then for the request they asked for: phone number, a selfie that had to look like a mugshot almost (I am not kidding!), so I stopped there but read elsewhere that some people reported being asked for their ID's after that... what the hell! As if they were the universe police! I decided to quit after I tried to open a new account (one of those not verified) and they suspended it in less than a minute. And still I don't know why exactly, what was my infraction of their law.
The real problem for me is that I belonged to a lot of groups that are kind of forums for on-line art courses and I am banned out of all those. It's incredible!
7 months ago. Edited 7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to Sylvie Coeffic club
It is Sylvie. I explain in the comment above to raingirl what happened.
7 months ago.
Giorgio Bree
has replied to Risa Profana club
I want to be erased by FB too!
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to Giorgio Bree
Never thought you were there!
7 months ago.
Giorgio Bree
has replied to Risa Profana club
I am in only because I run the regional branch of a large wine association
and I need social networks for advertising.

Just for that but I really dislike what hides behind FB.
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to Giorgio Bree
Yes it's such a crap and worse, a monopoly and an autocracy.
6 months ago.
 Erika Akire
Erika Akire club
...ich freue mich Risa, wieder deine Kunstwerke bewundern zu können...
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to Erika Akire club
Danke Erika, ich hoffe es bleibt so mit meiner Begeisterung.
7 months ago.
 dolores666
dolores666 club
Viva Max!
Y viva tu arte!
Que placer volver a ver tus dibujos/pintura/whatevers.
7 months ago.
Risa Profana club
has replied to dolores666 club
Gracias amiga, esperemos que el whatever no se encargue de aplastarme una vez más.
7 months ago.
 Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell club
Max Ernst, one of the last great loplop birds of Europe, stares out from an old photograph. His smile sees us clearly....

Words from an old poem of mine I can’t remember.
7 months ago. Edited 7 months ago.

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