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pen on paper
dear, I cannot remember what this was all about – it was all perfectly obvious at the time i’m sure
city, circle, ink, pen, biro, orb, soul, world, spirit, mirror, wisdom, black and white, matthew scotland, perspective, artist, detailed
Wow, this is so beyond incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Spectacular & amazing!!!!!!!!!!!
hey thans for such praise
This is amazing!!!
thanks ever so much
amazing pen work, Matthew!!!!
this is pen? (collapse….standing up…hand raised….) That’s for being so good you need to be slapped in jealousy lol lol lol…Far out Maddy, the buildings, the perspective of the buildings, almost in a juxtaposition style, is just mindblowing….
Well. I’ll have a go at an interpretation…although I wouldn’t really call it that. More like my impressions.
It’s like a need to break away from the conformity of society? If those are people on that walkway to the left then it’s like a modern conveyor belt of people coming and going, to and from work, life, conforming to mundanity (something that drives me nuts).
There is this great sense of light from the right hand side. I really like how my eye was drawn to that area first and then to the overall image…..I feel like the images in the bubble are like old haunts, old memories trying to rise above the world and break free. I would even go as far as to say that the image of the woman is perhaps a broad symbolism of times past, girlfriends come and gone, caught up in the same bubble and in need of release. Everything seems to be pouring forth, not in a chaotic way, maybe in a numbing mental state but not chaotic….more like a need to feel, to release.
Or…..it could just be a really cool imaginative drawing lol lol…….or both! Either way, it’s a wonderful work of art that is very masterful my friend…..
no no that was a joy to read, like all great storytelling that had me believing it was my own idea you were expressing lol, wonderful, thankyou so much, yes its all done by a single cheapo biro pen, now slap me sideways inflamed with utter jealousy : )
thick bugger imagine not knowin whit this is aboot its perfectly obvious!
a ken joak, a feel a right eejit, whit a riddy av goat bein the only wan that disnae ken : (
WOW ! beautiful picture.There must of been some overwhelming stuff churning in your head at the time.Maybe it’s a blessing you don’t remember Or you were just stretching your talents to see where they would take you What ever the case it’s really a super image.Or.if our dimension is an illusion then maybe there are souls in another dimension that is also an illusions And they are dimension jumping from one illusion to another in searrch of truth. Any who thanks for the mind trip jeff
cheers mate, i had to think about that, jumping from one illusion to another in search of truth, theres something profound in there to nourish my soul
Really impressive indeed Matthew! Very surrealistic and dreamlike.
thankyou sebastian, it must have took me a while but worth it indeed
fantastic, thankyou so much
Looks like the art of a visionary. Great perspective.
hey dave cheers, i have my moments : )