With all acknowledgements to the original creator (Dr Diesel, I believe?), here is a Girl version which took its inspiration from the Happy New Year kolobok.
Thank you The girls will be happy.
Almirena.... really nice
I am glad to add to the "Girls' Gallery" of Koloboks...!
I've a few more here - with all acknowledgement to their respective original inspirers:
<-- Girl examining the heavens through telescope
<-- Girl version of the "facepalm"
<-- Girl composer (or conductor) fixing wrong note
There was some problem with adding works to the gallery.
Aiwan, I'm sorry to hear that! I hope that whatever the problem is can be sorted out soon. (Is it something to do with the version of PHP on the server? Or the permission settings for the folder?)
<-- A girl physicist; all acknowledgement to Laie who created the wonderful original on which this is based (Einstein).
<-- Girl version of the Shakespeare kolobok (or poet or writer of any sort).
<-- Phlebotomist / Venepuncturist.
<-- It always struck me that the ideal way to present a kolobok on a magic carpet would be with the kolobok wearing a turban...
New - a gong. (The poor kolobok probably has his brains scrambled by the repeated whacking and swinging...)
I think you need to work on the smile. It's bad when the meaning needs to be described in words.
You're right; I'm hampered by my lack of drawing skill, I admit.
Hopefully this is better.
Here is an atom with electrons whizzing around:
A wooden spoon trophy. (In English-speaking cultures, the Wooden Spoon award is one given to the person or team who comes last!)
I don't know if you're aware that the national flag carrier airline of Australia (the third oldest airline in the world) is Qantas Airways. Qantas aeroplanes are instantly recognisable to any Australian, with the red and white colouring and the distinctive kangaroo design on the tail.
Here are the boy Kolobok and girl Kolobok Qantas Airbus aeroplanes.
I don't feel 100% happy about this Kolobok, but I do like the idea.
Girl version of Champagne Drinking:
Cellist (orchestral/classical cello) - with all acknowledgements to Laie's original jazz bass.
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