aboriginal aborigines abstract black book boxes bridget carpets circles conceptual hand indian kells lines nonrepresentational oriental original persian riley shapes white
I have found out the problem with my pieces: I am trying to conserve the black ink so it will last longer and you don’t care!
This has an Egyptian flavor and can be a design in the textiles industry.
Also, if this is not demeaning your talent, have you ever considered designing the back of playing cards. Like certain casinoes would carry your design only. Just a thought.
Lenora this one has a background behind it like any of the other ones I did. If you pay attention at the top center, you would see a somewhat face of a rabbit getting electricuted from both sides but still trying to keep himself progressing towards sanity within its body as you could see the circles and patterns further down. That was my condition that day when I was drawing designing this work.
Talking about conserving black ink, I was incarcerated for almost 3 years and pens dont come in so handy in prison. lol. Each one of the drawings took me between 16 to 18 hours over a persiod of two days to complete.
How do you keep your lines so straight and without smudge marks?
Hi Susan, 90% of the drawing uploaded here at the bubble are done with regular ballpoint pen. As far as keeping the lines straight and avoid smudges, the lines were kept straight with a make shift ruler cut out of a coke bottle (the description of where the drawings came into existence is in my profile or o3tsm.com). To avoid smudges I just use a piece of paper under the weight of my hand while the pen is in contact with paper. Hope it answers you query and thank you for visiting the page. Cheers!
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