I re-painted the next scene in the Ballad of Old Goat and Heron.
When I’d finished, I sat back, looked at and had a conversation in my head that reminded me of Statler and Waldorf, the aged hecklers from the Muppet Show. It went something like this:
“Oh yes, that’s much better, the drawing of the Goat is a great improvement.
Solly Badger is fine too. But the original one was OK anyway.
Actually, I think I prefer the background of the original painting. It’s lighter and the colours are more varied.
The old one had more depth and a feeling of light through trees…
This new one is terrible. Do it again, properly this time!”
I am a muppet.