We are many, and we are one.
Joined together and divided
through one another and ourselves.
An airship and a train wreck.
A billion voices billowing
from the bottom of a soul.
Everything is one here.
tear and laugh
warmth and cold
hate and love
All thoughts and feelings run together
I know your sadness, you know mine.
Lines tear apart and merge together
railroads and highways
faces and people
your friends become you
becomes their friends
I, you, they, me
You’ve experiencing it again, aren’t you? All the time, and more frequently, you have been experiencing full-blown hallucinations. They start out innocently enough; the realistic sound going on in your head may sound like a commercial you heard earlier on the radio. Some of the furniture will move around, and posters come to life with enthusiasm. After a while, though, it may feel as if there are several different narratives going on in your head all jockeying for your attention, and you get caught up in imaginary situations that feel all too real.
Do you feel that tipping point, where you can look down into the levels of basic p
I'm going to begin a long transition to hosting my own art and content. I like DeviantArt, a lot actually, but I have stronger opinions about supporting the decentralized social web. I wrote a piece about MediaGoblin on Medium recently, and am working on developing original themes for the project. Maybe if my code is decent, I might write a few plugins to fill in some missing gaps in functionality to really trick it out. You can see my new art, media, and other collections here.
I'll be working on a DeviantArt theme next.
The platform is entirely Free Software, and is developed around two principles: privacy, and customization. In the futur
I figured it would be fun to share a bit of my artistic journey, and demonstrate how exactly my style evolved. It is the byproduct of much experimentation in technique, approach, and mentality.
This is the drawing that inspired me to get back into making art. I'll just say this: at the time, I was on something, and that something allowed me to appreciate depth, line, and form in a way that I was not familiar with. Up until this point I had only ever drawn mundane things: people, spaceships, occasionally animals. From this, I would further develop a technique of just making stuff up as I went. You would be absolutely surprised at what a lack
Thank you, that means so much to read that! I have a ton of pieces that largely go unnoticed in the greater dA community, so feel free to fave, critique, and comment on any of my pieces if you like! <3