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Hurt Aftermath

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i was fibbing i had 2 more separate sketches form philly left i inked. i stuck them both together on the same page. you'll probably see something like this in the next painting.

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Severely creepy. I like the indentations you pressed into the paper, creating composition for the two figures. Did I mention creepy? Normally something this scratchy and monochrome would not be well accepted (if at all) into the Art Portal, however the figures do generate a genuinely creepy presence.

Ugh, man does not behold the gorgon and live :p It almost looks like a bird shitting out it's mate, child or familiar or something... not something I'd wanna analyze, pretty powerful piece.

linda-mota responds:

I just cut these out and stuck them together since that seemed like the better option. in retrospect i could've edited them together, but this one was kinda interesting. i think for the art portal as long as the concept is good and you can see what the hell is going in it's ok. That doesn't excuse laziness though. I felt like i should put these studies up and a comparison to the final product you'll see in a few weeks. Though shitting out children seems to be the mentality for those who like the image of a family, but thinks the commitment to another life is "sooo hard". Either that or a man who doesn't understand (and will never) the concept of motherhood. or at least normal mothers who want their children and love them.

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