The Kick-About #54 ‘Whirligig’

Dreams of flight.

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Our last Kick-About together invited us into the spectacle of Toulouse-Lautrec’s circus paintings, and so to spin around for a bit in the company of clowns and acrobats. Thanks to Kick-Abouter, Gary Thorne, we appear to be turning in circles again this week, and departing on other flights of fancy…


Gary Thorne

“Having swam my way through sciatica, it seemed appropriate to channel that commitment into a Whirligig self-portrait. It is not quite pivoting smoothly on turning into the wind – so more engineering fun ahead yet, it was massive fun to make. Apology for the amateur film making!”


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James Randall

“I found myself with a bit of time for a 50 second whirligig video, made of junk I had, but not having touched Premiere or After Effects for years – and playing in Garage Band too… It was fun. Thank you very much!”



Kerfe Roig

“I had no…

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14 responses to “The Kick-About #54 ‘Whirligig’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Many thanks, Kerfe 🙂 & your own whirligig was not only very beautiful… but also highly commercial, like something classy to be bought from a natural history museum shop for a very discerning individual!

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  2. petrujviljoen says :

    Commented on the Kick About site, but to mention here too how wonderfully creative all the works were. Your mobile is a stunner Kerfe.

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  3. ben Alexander says :

    how creative and amazing – that could not have been easy, Kerfe!

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  4. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    You are a great artist, Marta. Great post.

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  5. D. Avery @shiftnshake says :

    That whirlygig turned out great! I’d hang that.

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  6. robertawrites235681907 says :

    I loved your contribution, Kerfe. I can always spot your work straight away.

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