Beware of the stare of Mary Shaw,
she had no children only dolls
and if you see her in your dreams
make sure you never scream.
I’ve been away for the past few days, I was on a family vacation. I’ll post more of my drawings (with meaning) in a short while, I’ll be more busy with school coming back but I have a lot to show everyone.
Thanks For The Support.
Now this drawing has no title, it was 100% IMPROVISATION
I didn’t know what I was doing, I used all the water colors I know, used hand paiting, and this was the result.
It’s Either You Got It Or You Don’t.
This drawing is VERY meaningful to me, Let’s analyze everything:
From The upper left to the lower right:
The Skull, it has some jewels upon it face, for me these are the lies that we cover ourselves with, so we can survive and snooze our conscious.
Its Eye is black, from all the things we see ourselves doing.
A purple tear drop is falling from the eye, along with an earring, same color because what we HEAR people say is SEEN in our heads, meaning that everything can affect us.
The Green Tooth and the Tear Drop, green to falling on a couple of bones, after that the bones are tearing BLACK. meaning that not every advice leaving our mouth with a color, will be receive or applied by other persons with the same method, result from a green drop, a black one.
The Protective eye is here, along with a background of illusion.
The Yellow diamond, with colorful smoke, is for the beauty of life, that we don’t actually see.
The Silhouette is for invisibility, and how we wish for it and afraid it might happen.
The wing on the head is for imagination
green eyes just like my dad’s
the other green eye dropped with a wing around it is witnessing a horrific event, and the wing is your exit plan,
snakes’ skin for adaptation
the crow for bad memories, and betrail
the bloody background for shameful past.
This is the face when we experience a shock. The shock means either a shocking timing or a shocking event, or Both.
One side of the face, the left side, is crying, 3 tears. Which is the normal reaction to any shock.
TEAR 1: The shortest, the feeling of shock.
Tear 2: The longest, The pain, from the shock.
Tear 3: Is living to accept the pain and the shock.
This is 50% of dealing with a shock because it is exactly 50% of the face.
And the other 50% of the face, the right side now, The darker evil side of the face, where tears go up against gravity (normal reaction).
The 2 long tears here mean:
TEAR 1: is for the pain.
TEAR 2: For revenge.
This is a chaotic side of shock, everything is upside down, lost in the dark, unknown and painful.
There is a crack between the two side-faces, it is the crack of reality, This face used to be in harmony, when it was cracked, by the shock caused by reality, This was the result.
At The End There is a stick, Looks like a mask holder, not a real face. One stick means YOU are holding this mask, when you are in shock.
1 stick means 1 person will hold it.