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Digital artwork, drawn with the mouse inside of Windows MS Paint program.

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female, nude, female nude, microsoft, ms paint, monotone

NAME: Paul Ramnora
AGE: 49
LOCATION: UK/London (born/brought up/living)
INTERESTS: General Art(s), General Computing/Programming, General Education/-etc.
LEARNING DISABLITIES: ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder, AS/Aspergers Syndrome
NOTE: I’m mostly a self-taught artist. I like all arts: drawing/painting/sculpting/origami/writing/-etc.

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  • TheCandle
    TheCandleover 2 years ago

    That:s what I’m saying. Cool.

    Ernie

  • Thanks! ;-) Sometimes, I like to have a go at drawing parts of the human body; as opposed to the whole. This was just one of those times. But, of course, a part of your mind says you will need to add more and more…and, so, I just have to force myself to resist this, constantly, berating voice; which says you need to add more. Otherwise, if the work is too complex; then, the voice says, you need to take something away. It is very difficult, indeed, to come away from a work feeling fully satisfied that you got it just right.

    – paulramnora

  • TheCandle
    TheCandleover 2 years ago

    Sorry you have to struggle so much Paul. At least you get worthwhile results. There’s something right about this anatomy. It’s hard to put your finger on but it’s there. It creates the feeling that another line would destroy the artistry.

    Ernie

  • Thanks! Those are just the words I was hoping somebody would say. ;-)

    I guess, my problem with it is…I just don’t understand anatomy…therefore, I really don’t know exactly which parts go where; therefore, this whole entire purely ‘imaginative’ drawing represents me just having a guess…???

    – paulramnora

  • TheCandle
    TheCandleover 2 years ago

    Yes Paul, but I wouldn’t call it exactly a guess. You have a body don’t you? You have been looking at people or could have been all of you life, haven’t you? The fact that you can do it anyway, even without the formal training doesn’t surprise me. Now you may have a voice inside that wont except things on your own authority. That’s different but you could still draw a plausible or useful human form. There are people who do very amusing cartoons with only stick figures and yet the art comes through with sparks.

  • I think, I’ll let you win this argument; largely, because you’re right; I agree that art doesn’t have to be dead precise in order to be effective. ;-)

    Nevertheless, precision is what I’m always aiming after…

    – paulramnora

  • TheCandle
    TheCandleover 2 years ago

    I believe I was saying that art doesn’t have to be precise to be art or effective. I see a lot of talent in your gallery Paul. It’s interesting that we don’t see it in the same places sometimes. But what I want for you is your fulfillment. That’s all. I too, am striving for perfection in my own way. I hope you get to where you want to.. All the best to you.

    Ernie

    Ernie

  • Thanks! ;-) I wish you all of the same back, too.

    – paulramnora

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