Zooming: Moo-moo & Hoo-hoo

From my Kawaii Zooming painting emerge some mini paintings depicting these happy friends getting together on Zoom! This artwork, to recap, was inspired by the Zoom meeting organized by my classmates from high school a month ago. I took that opportunity to integrate many of my whimsical animals and characters onto one paper and turn it into something cute. As I continued painting, I further realised that each of the characters also have a story to tell just as my classmates had over what’s been going on with their lives. What a great chance to get even more creative: First with the painting and then with the story-telling!

And now meet some more cute animals joining the session! Here is Moo-moo the cow from the neighbouring farm, accompanied by her nocturnal friend, Hoo-hoo the owl. Little One has just moved from the city to a quiet farming village lately and with her love for animals, she befriended a few already. On the farm across the backyard hang around a few cows which Little One enjoys watching. It’s not often she came across any living in the big city! In addition, she had yet to even see an owl. Those nocturnal folks she’s come across on documentary TV programs and books but never in real life, not even in parks. And she doesn’t like the zoo as she believes animals are better roaming free than being locked up in cages. Excited and proud to introduce them to her friends, she has invited Moo-moo to join as representative of the herd. And what great timing, since Hoo-hoo the owl was just on her way to perch herself on a tree when Moo-moo beckoned her to join since she is too shy to appear on screen herself. “Oh you are so lucky,” awed Little One’s friends, “surrounded by so many sweet happy animals. We definitely must pay you a visit soon and meet them”. And of course Moo-moo and Hoo-hoo can’t wait to meet them too!

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