Pray tell, how do we distinguish one shape from another? Most of us use our eyes or an ocular implant with enhanced recognition to tell one being from another.
For those who lack sight, we use other cues to help us focus on who is near us. It may be a scent, a taste, a texture from a touch...
While these help, it can be said that seeing someone as what they are with one's eyes carries much more weight.
Yes, there is more weight to sight, but with that weight comes the burden of shouldering it.
Often, we are predisposed to judge what qualities someone or something has solely from the data we receive from our eyes, and damn giving another body, another soul a chance to prove otherwise, for our eyes are always right.
Or are they?
This is a lineless doodle I worked on in a mix of Paint Tool Sai and the Gimp, using a musculature and body shape reference from Posemaniacs.
I am not generally predisposed to being artistic, but sometimes the itch to try is there. It's not refined as, say, a piece drawn by others here, but my art is not of this style. Woven word oft proves to be my most effective tool, but I must try.
5 years, 11 months ago
12 Jul 2013 03:10 CEST
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