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Ink on paper illustration. A sad, pretty, awkward girl atop a cliff.
The work inspired a gorgeous piece of writing by Nicole Ryan called Dangling Ankles
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Paul Compton’s artworks take the form of drawings, prints, handmade books and zines. His work displays an ongoing interest in vignettes, animism, outsiders, literature, the occult and the Victorian era.
Awww, she looks so sad & lonely. Beautiful ink drawing
Such a melancholy image….so beautifully done.
Wow – again, very Gorey. I’m loving these characters!
I’m looking forward to seeing more of your artwork.
Awww bit sad, but such a cool drawingI wanna see more of your work to, maybe some happy stuff :o) hahayour an awsome drawer Paul!
I love this!!! Such expression and detail!!! Another favorite…
yeah, the sadness and awkwardness shines through..very expressive, beautiful artwork :)
This is a wonderful drawing, and i love the detail on the cliff. Also the small bits of dirt being brushed off by her hand is a nice little touch… I like details like that :-)
There is a lot of feeling in this image, it says so much and is easy to relate to. I know there have been times in the past where i’ve felt that sense of sadness, feeling rejected and different from everyone else because of how society is so often unfair and so rarely accepting. I feel for this girl…. and i think she is unique and beautiful. Bless her.
A very solemn picture. Well done for making us all cry.