“Hey, I don’t look like that!”
…If you’re going to invade my descriptions at least use your speech colon, Raggdoodle.
Raggdoodle: Is this thing on?
Anyway, I wonder sometimes how good I really am at representing stuff like this. I’m gathering all these references and stuff for a big reason and forgot that I enjoy making simple things out of complex stuff.
“Mmmm… Your point?”
…My point is (put back on the speech colon- now…) since I enjoy exploring concepts. It’s not a bad idea to bend rules in art and make things… seem off. Sometimes. Could someone like you imagine typed text on these things? It could work… Sure, some of this work I’m throwing up here is questionable. Seriously, remember your first drawing? Look at how far you’ve come now. (“Wow, this is as deep as one of your ‘Explorer notes’” What the fick!?)
Me: Get out of my paragraph, you freak!
Raggdoodle:”Now you’re just playing with words, Sable.”
Me: And you’re messing them up. Shut up, Raggdoodle.
Raggdoodle: “But you’re more than thi-”
Me: -Stay in perspective here.
Me: Give me those…
If you get my point, reader, I’m not just doing this for you. I’m wondering if I could still build enjoyable art in and out of visual art while still working on some of my larger pursuits. Don’t worry about those pursuits though. Forget about them. For now, I’m working on these notes, pieces, and doodles to footnote my own path. Others around here seem to have my back, so…
Me: Raggdoodle, stop breaking perspective. Stay behind the scenes, please.
…Stay in perspective, show your art in ways that people try to understand it. Learn how simple the world really is visually to the mind, and ‘draw’ ideas based on those details around it. It’s your performance. Your table. Your move. Regret nothing.
10 months ago
21 Mar 2018 02:18 CET
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