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insignificance

I'm taking a drawing class, where we're working with charcoal for now. Our first homework assignment is to pick a "concept or idea" and draw it. The teacher gave "war" as an example of an idea we could draw. :P It's a very freeform assignment. I didn't use many of the techniques from the actual class here, but it's my first personal charcoal drawing!

I picked "insignificance".

FYI, the top half was inspired by Reflections on a Mote of Dust by Carl Sagan, and the bottom half was inspired by Muir Woods.

Comments (4)

It's beautiful and reminds me so much of you :) j/k

The little guy has your jester "TK needs a haircut" 'do.

When my mom first looked at it, she thought I was a GOLDFISH! (!) The hair looks like a goldfish tail I guess.... :P

Insignificance! I like it!!

I didn't know you took art class before and not using techniques you learned in class is OK in my books. Sometimes you get too caught up in the techniques and lose the art :P

hi5 buddy!!! :)

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