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The Belly Dancer's Day Off

by Karmelita

 

Karmelita's artwork is shown here to allow you to view and appreciate her work. Please do not steal it for use on other web sites, flyers, business cards, or other places. If you wish to use Karmelita's artwork in such ways, see "About the Artist" below for information on how to contact her to obtain permission.

 

Belly Dancer the Day After by Karmelita

 

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About this Artwork

Karmelita created this sketch on her own day off! She says it's accurate for her except for the cat — she has snakes instead!

 

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About the Artist

Karmelita, or “Karma” for short, is a professional dancer and performer of sorts residing in Atlanta, Georgia. Among other things, she is known for her theatrically humorous nuances and faces in her shows.

Since she could hold a pencil, Karma loved to sketch and draw, so it was inevitable that one day these two characteristics would meet. Due to the wonderful response to her first belly dance related comic, Karma plans to continue making humorous art for dancers!

You can follow the shimmy funnies at facebook.com/karmelita13

Erin Grundel

 

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