[image description: a watercolor painting of a tabby cat, in tones of yellow, orange, and brown. the cat is lying on a stool, in a living room with wooden floors and white-curtained windows. there are patches of sunlight falling onto the floor. end i.d.]
Thinking about different Latin dance styles that are connected with each Encanto character (for reasons)...
I’m not sure if this has been discussed before but: Could Bruno’s style be connected to some form of salsa—or an... exaggerated form of salsa? Salsa dance generally involves patterns of spins and turns (with a partner, though there can also be solos called “shines”).
What do y’all think? All speculation welcome! :3
Discussion continued in the following thread between @halseyquinn and me!
mentally a half-used bottle of salsa in the back of the middle shelf of a fridge. A thin layer of crust stuck against my rim. You are curious if I am still edible. The expiration date says I have another year left, but that seems suspiciously too long for salsa to last. What are you gonna do though huh? Huh? Smell me? What does expired salsa smell like? Yeah? That’s what I thought. Bitch
[image description: a gouache painting of two cats and a dog in a living room. on the left of the image is a pale-colored armchair with a floral throw pillow; to its right is a window framed with white curtains; below the window, the dog, a small yellow lab, is curled up in a blue dog bed. the cats are both brown tabbies; one is lying on the back of the chair, and the other is sitting on the windowsill. both are looking out the window. the painting is done in bright, warm colors with visible brushstrokes. /end i.d.]