An oldie

She’ll probably upload another work tomorrow.

Well, that was a goof.

Anyway, here’s one of my older paintings. This one is from all the way back in 2013. I do try to title all my works, and this one is called ‘Conscience’.

It deals a lot with how I’ll attain a guilty conscience, and how I feel towards everything and everyone during those moments. I both like and dislike my older works. On one hand, they look rougher, but on the other hand it shows how much I’ve improved. I’ll upload a more recent piece soon, to illustate my point.

Oh, also, he did not mention this, but that drawing of a mouse in the previous entry? I did that, sure, but really hastily. You know those times…when your boyfriend casually tells you to draw mice for reasons unknown, and you’re unsure if he’s serious or not, so you draw up a quick one anyway? This was one of those moments.

Anyway, here’s an oldie. Classic, really.


Something akin to trying new things

A picture is an intermediate something between a thought and a thing

Samuel Coleridge said that, supposedly. In any case, I like it. Good quote.

I like to get things out with my painting. A way to deal with emotions, stress, and just life in general. There’s a lot of thoughts, and a lot of pictures that come from them. Hence the quote.

Not that this really matters for this post. It doesn’t concern any paintings that stemmed from any deep thoughts or relations. Other than, I enjoy Jonathan Davis and everything he has to offer. As such, here is a painting of him. It’s an older one, but if we’re doing this blog thing, then I should show everything I’ve got.

A large part of why I paint after images sometimes is because I’m always looking for ways to improve. I don’t want to toot my own horn here, but my skills have greatly improved since this particular piece. You’ll see, wink wink.

2013, based on image.