Mr. Orlando’s Joy of Art: Dog | CBC Kids

Mr. Orlando’s Joy of Art: Dog | CBC Kids


Mr. Orlando:This isThe Joy of
Art with Mr. Orlando. Hello and welcome. You are just in time to relax
and enjoy some art time with me, and my
good friend Jessica. How are you, Jessica? I’m good, but how are you? I am great!
Oh, I am so good. You know why? Because today we are
going to paint happiness. We are going to paint
friendship, because today, Jessica, we are
going to paint a puppy dog. Okay. A puppy dog! Is that good? Yes! It’s really good. I know! I’m so excited. I’m glad
that you’re excited too. All you need to paint
a puppy dog with us, or draw one, is your
art supplies and your imagination. Did you bring your
imagination, Jessica? Yes! I just brought it from home! That’s where we keep it! Oh! What a professional
art attitude. Now, one of the
best things about art is you can use
whatever colour you like. So I’m going to choose… mm…
fuzzy wuzzy brown colour for the puppy. Yes, I think that
would be perfect. Now we’re going to start
with a sideways oval.Nice big oval for
our puppy dog’s nose.
And we’ll just put a little bit
of paint there now.
We’re also going
to do an upside down,
sort of a “U” shape,
I guess.
Just like…that! Dog gone it! This is looking
adorable already! Yeah, mine too! Oh! I’m so happy to hear that. Okay, now, while you still have
that first colour on your brush, let’s just fill in those shapes.So our dog has
a nice fluffy coat.
Isn’t that nice? Just a nice,
fluffy coat.
[laughing] Oh, I can’t wait to meet this
pupper. Hey– uh… What do you think you’ll call
your puppy, Jessica? Um, I’ll call him… ..Mr. Orlando!Oh! ‘Cause it’s brown! Love that name! Excellent choice. Ah, I think mine
will be called Mr. Dog because he’s a professional,
just like me. Okay, now, let’s give
Mr. Dog some ears. You can keep using
the same colour, or can switch it up
if you feel like. You are the artist
on your canvass. So I’m going to use a nice
black colour, I think, to draw on the ears.First I’ll start here,
one on the left side.
And I’ll just fill that in,and give him a nice ear
on the right side there.
And we can colour that in with
the black as well.
Ah! Beautiful! What are you working on over
there, Jessica? I’m giving my puppy dog a face! Oh! Excellent art instinct. Now I’ll just use that same
black paint to drawa little semicircle for his
sniffly, snuffly snout.
And then, two little circles
above the nose for his eyes.
We’ll do one, and another eye,I think I’ve got enough paint
on the brush, right there.
Don’t forget your
puppy’s eyebrows.
One, and…two!Ah! This doggy is starting to look
quite fetching. [laughing]
Okay! Ooh! That reminds me,
our doggy needs a mouth.So let’s add a nice mouth by
drawing one frontwards “J”,
and one backwards
“J” like that.
And…voila! Oh-ho! Our puppy dog
is finished. Ah, is yours
done too, Jessica? Yes! Oh! Ho, ho, ho! Oh, Jessica.
That is a puppy dog masterpiece. He’s so realistic. Oh, I wish I knew how to say
“well done” in dog. [dog barking] Hm? [barking] [laughing]
Okay. Well, that’s a very
convincing bark, Jessica, but it’s hard to say if
that’s the right dialect for this breed–
Oh! What? Oh! Oh! [laughing] Oh, well, hello! Well aren’t you guys handsome? Oh-ah! Bop-bop-bop-bop! Watch the hair,
watch the hair! [giggling]
That tickles. Very cute. Mm. Very cute. Ah!

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