|Because who doesn't like some disjointed arms?|
In this always changing world, the only thing permanent is death, and people driven to life by fear of it.
But will the people ever stop worrying of their own lifes and start helping others?
-No, the only smile we'll ever see is on the face of the grim reaper.
Graduated fine arts- artesan, not that I feel like that actually makes me any better at drawing/painting, although it surely has given me some foundation to produce art on and introduced me to many mediums I wouldn't have had tried out on my own.
Still much to gain from experience and experiments
Art is to explore things one cannot reach with bare hands and to experiment, it has meaning in conveying experiences to others that they may have never thought of having, as well as silently telling you something about the person behind the painting
I mostly just draw some senseless stuff that I find interesting at the given moment, and occasionally paint something with more thought given to it. While every artwork may have a story behind them, only some have it laid out for others to read.
Have never really considered my drawings as something befitting of the horror title, but closer to surreal, mainly because for something to be categorized as horror for me it'd have to evoke great amount of emotion which I feel very lacking in my works, but I won't get offended in any way should you happen to call my scribblings just about anything, so no pressure