So many times do you see a 'romantic' drawing being more about lust rather then love, but this piece seems to be in between the two. While they kiss, she is by far the more in love of the two, he is up to something not quite as pure. anyway, the background seems to be in great contrast to the foreground, while the two love-birds are well drawn the background is rushed and not at all as facinating as the foreground. The tree, however, is very remarkably fitting, something that was once pure defiled and turned into lifeless black. This piece truly reminds me of the vast stories art can tell you, you must only listen.
PS: What do you mean by 'taken'? Did she steal it? I'm genuinely curious.
Damn your comment intrigued me. That's deep .
Wnd you see I drew this on paper and then when I showed it to her she kept it and showed everyone in my school, I was just sad cuz I really like the drawing and wanted to keep it. :(
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