a drawing i started a month ago and only was able to finish now. unfortunately i forgot completely what i wanted to do with this so i don't really like it anymore...
the dark matter represents subconciousness and the eyes on the mask-thingys represent the eyes of the mind that are open when the real ones are closed. i don't like explaining the concepts in my drawings because i feel like by doing that i'm devoiding them of all meaning D: but people were asking so...
I love your work! you are absolutely amazing! I would love to be able to draw as realistically as you
I also like you meaning to the drawing. When I saw it I believed she was (yes) sing her mind's eyes to draw her own dream world with the ink/dark matter; she chose to do this to escape reality and be able to enjoy what time she has to create a world of her own.
thank you so muck for the lovely comment! i'm glad you like my art~ i'm trying to get a better hang of realism, but it's all step by step, it will be a while until i reach the level i want ;u; that is another way of viewing it, this could refer to creativity as well but i was referring more to dreams
Your welcome , and I just realized misspelled "seeing" and put "sing" XD
Realism seems like its hard to do at all, I'm glad that your so well at it already I still love it every time I see it Dreams are our creative minds taking flight, :3 that's what I believe dreams are ^^
Ahh, so cool! I love the drawn eyes that are stuck over her real ones (it looks like with post-its), they're kinda creepy, but in a good way. I like how you explained the eyes and the black glob (even though you didn't want to), it's such a neat concept, and makes me feel like thinking deep thoughts. ^.^; The whole piece has such a flow to it, I definitely feel a dream-like quality here. So airy and nice.
i usually don't explain but people were speculating on what the black thing was i'm glad you think it has a dreem-like quality because i was really going for that but it got lost somewhere along the way OTL
Although I can understand why you might not like explaining, I'm glad you did.
When someone makes art, I want to see through their eyes, so instead of just adding my ideas for what it should be, I like trying to see how close I can get to what the artist was thinking when they drew what they drew.