One of five images for a school art project. The theme of the project was 'art interacting with its environment'. To tackle this assignment, I drew a few characters in interesting poses and positioned them in ways in which they were interacting with their surroundings.
I was a bit hesitant to upload this one, because I don't want to anger anyone who might read this the wrong way XD I am not advocating for any sort of animal violence or cruelty.
Anyway, These images were a lot of fun to make! And I think this is my favorite of the lot, so I decided to upload it.
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YAY A big fat whopping kiss goes to my very talented and awesome friend for all of awesome help and advice!!!
So, my assignment is still life, to say that I am not a photographer is a VAST understatement lol. Sorry to all of my incredibly talented photography friends, photography is just not for me, which is why I respect and appreciate all of your beautiful works, because it is something that I can not seem to grasp. I took about 450 photos and only about 20 of them are passable at best. My photo friends, you have no idea how much love and respect I give to you and your works!
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Did you know that fungi are the most ancient organisms on the planet? They were the first organisms to inhabit the Earth, more than 1.3 billion years ago. There have been some fascinating discoveries about fungi in the recent years. Mycologist Paul Stamets claims:
"Fungi are the interface of organisms between life and death - without them, all ecosystems would fail."