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Nice Fire

Author Comments

Just some drawing in a notebook.

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you can delete this review. want to see if images have reviews capped at 100. this should be review #101.


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LOL

The people that call this a doodle have no sense of art at all. It's called analyzing and trying to find a meaning guys, why don't you give it a shot?


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Here's the deal

if a drawing just looks fine, or good, or whatever, does it mean that it's modern art? is the matrix, an average sci-fi-kung-fu-flick, or a groundbreaking philosophical arthouse masterpiece? is andy kaufmann stupid, or are his shows too smart and radical for the avereage audience? all this stuff is over-interpritated.

it's an avereage, unfinished doodle by me.



cool

@ karimata what makes this so good is that its original and you cant see the expressions but you know he is tired and the fire is cool too because everyone is trying to draw epic stuff but this is different so yeah thats what makes this pic cool


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Perfectly Sublime...

The stark differences between the dark figures, and the white background evoke a primal need for difference, and the depiction of the man huddled near the fire evokes a feeling of a time long past, when men sat a told stories around a fire. Here he is alone, and the contrast of black and white creates a feeling of solitude. Deep stuff.


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41,915
Votes
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Score
2.97 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 3, 2009 | 9:58 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
432 x 335 px
JPG
79.3 kb

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