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The Third Eye: Knowing

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4.21 / 5.00

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Apr 20, 2010 | 10:58 PM EDT
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Illustration
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575 x 800 px
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730.2 kb
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drugs
hell
heaven
third-eye

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Something I drew not too long ago. Red and black pens.

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Spilda-BongwataSpilda-Bongwata

Rated 4 / 5 stars

San Pedro

I enjoy this. Definitely my favorite piece of yours. I'm gonna add you on my favorite artists list (even though idk how it works :S).

The face in the middle is really well drawn, and the variety is immense. I enjoy the way you depict the devils face too, good work! I hope to have a spark of creativity like this one some day baked on the couch, maybe I can make something similar! (:


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CagedSilhouette responds:

Yeah, haha, that's basically how it happens. I like drawing when I'm high. I need to start drawing some more soon...

Thanks for the fav and review. I'll see you in the Stoner's Club, man. :)


333tiger333tiger

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice

Its really good and im guessing this is like free mason Illuminati kinda stuff :P its drawn really and i love the weed shroom cactus thing happening up at the top well done :D


CagedSilhouette responds:

Yeah, pretty much. I wish I knew more about secret societies like that though. :S It'd be cool to be a free mason, just to know what goes on. There's masonic lodges in a few towns around here, but I dunno...

I like symbolic things. And drugs too, haha. Thanks for the comment man. :)


imnotdaxriggsimnotdaxriggs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Seeing without sight...

The gentleman with the fully functioning third eye seems quite content, regardless of the filth and shit that he is surrounded by. I love you.


CagedSilhouette responds:

Well thanks man. It's all about perspective, how you look at life I mean. I like to think the third eye can show you more than what your eyes can see.

I made the guys nose look funny, and his cheek bones bigger than what they should be. It also kinda bothers me that it's off-center... But still, I like how it turned out. :)