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ink on tea stained paper, took around a week with about an hour a day

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very nice

india ink and ballpoint pens are my prefered mediums, and it's always wonderful to see other people using them. especially when they're done well like this piece. i'd like to see more like this one. ^_^

joebay responds:

=D i love ink I LOVE IT! I get ink from nasco! =D its amazing..and cheap! thank you beyond believe

nice

looks awesome

Amazing !

Pure art ! You've mastered the technique + the style. Very very nice ! Keep it up

joebay responds:

will do! thank you!

Good but

I think everyone giving this 10 is exaggerating. Perhaps it's just me not getting the deep meaning. Also, it reminds me of spontaneous generation.

joebay responds:

i wanted to convey movement through one thing that moves and one living thing that did not, to put life to something...thats living haha! =D thanks though!!

Art.

No, seriously. This is art. It's creative and it makes you take a closer look and it makes you think. That's what art is about (in my opinion) and your piece totally hit the spot. I love it.

joebay responds:

thank you so much...

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joebay
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Jul 18, 2010
9:41 PM EDT
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