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Hand Practice - Day 76: Sketch

All

169 deviations
Self Portrait III

Featured

43 deviations
Sophie

Portrait Practice

6 deviations
Hand Practice - Day 1: Bones

100 Days of Drawing Hands Because I Hate Myself

80 deviations
Katara

Fan Art

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The Testimony of Lowell Swift

While on my way from work one day With roses for my love, A handsome blade with a pearl of jade Came falling from above. Zooming down upon my crown, It darn near pierced my brain! But I massaged my head and said, "A gift for my dear Madelaine!" On closer inspection, I found imperfection: The tiny jade pearl was a fake. Only to follow, the whole thing was hollow, Then the knife began to quake! Out from inside crawled a tiny pride Of nanoscopic men. No bigger than ants, they stepped out to prance Across the table in the den. Overcome by the sight, I felt alight! I brought them some Earth-food, an offer of friendship. They were quite touched, and they loved it so much That their curiosity soon turned to worship. Six o'clock - a key in the lock: Madelaine walked through the door. She told me that evening that she was leaving For one that she loved more. The little people hopped then – before I could stop them – Through the portal in the knife And with a start

All Literature

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Tree of Life

All Visual Art

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Metanoia With a Dead Star

“You wanted to accept everything. So accept madness too. Let the light of your madness shine, and it will suddenly dawn on you. Madness is not to be despised and not to be feared, but instead you should give it life...” - C.G. Jung The police car is hidden in the juniper, and Caroline does not notice it until she has already gone hurtling past, pedal-to-the-metal down the gritty, pothole-riddled highway toward Bassing. It peels off into the road, sirens blaring after her, and Jonathan smirks in the passenger seat. I told you there was no rush, he says, somewhere behind her ear. You are in the void now, Caro. We have as much time as we will ever need. The first pull-out is around the bend, on the other side of the road, but Caroline crosses into it anyway, the gravel crunching beneath her wheels as she slows and finally stops. The flashing lights of the police car whiz right past her. Stupid pig, Jonathan sniggers behind her other ear this time, and Caroline can’t suppress a little

Prose and Short Stories

2 deviations
Cogito

Traditional Art

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The Testimony of Lowell Swift

While on my way from work one day With roses for my love, A handsome blade with a pearl of jade Came falling from above. Zooming down upon my crown, It darn near pierced my brain! But I massaged my head and said, "A gift for my dear Madelaine!" On closer inspection, I found imperfection: The tiny jade pearl was a fake. Only to follow, the whole thing was hollow, Then the knife began to quake! Out from inside crawled a tiny pride Of nanoscopic men. No bigger than ants, they stepped out to prance Across the table in the den. Overcome by the sight, I felt alight! I brought them some Earth-food, an offer of friendship. They were quite touched, and they loved it so much That their curiosity soon turned to worship. Six o'clock - a key in the lock: Madelaine walked through the door. She told me that evening that she was leaving For one that she loved more. The little people hopped then – before I could stop them – Through the portal in the knife And with a start

Poetry

29 deviations
Yuki and Kodai

Digital and Mixed Media

7 deviations
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The Gift

You bought me a heart — a little thing carved from wood that I later lost at the festival of lights. When I found it, it had drowned.

The Hypnagogia Mythos

7 deviations
Hand Practice - Day 17: Pointing

Photography

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The Little Shell Shaped Like a Bell

I found a shell shaped like a bell And held it up to hear Its ringing ocean melody, The wistful whistling of the sea, But something then latched onto me And bit down on my ear. "Oh me! Oh my! That hurts!" cried I, And as I desperately pulled and pried, A little crab stuck out his head And pinched me 'til my cheek was red. He shook his claw with tiny wrath, "You, sir, just disturbed my bath!" He scowled, then turned and marched inside.

Irreverence

5 deviations
City of Shells v2

St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves

2 deviations
Controlled Burn II

Scraps

20 deviations