Existential Ambiguity

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This post is dedicated to Na Rysunku… an artist I would call “Post Explanationist”. Instead of drawing something, he something draws.

I have done that here. I don’t know what I was trying to draw. As a matter of fact, I really don’t know if I was trying at all. It just happened. I have taken it one step further, however. I have found that a 90% clockwise rotation radically changes the character of the drawing.

I have named each iteration according to my own personal interpretation. Please scroll no further until you come up with your own one-word impression for each drawing.

After you have done that, see how you match up to my one-word impressions. To do this, scroll down now.

 

 

Heartscratch

 

Caterpillar

 

Horsehead

 

Mothra!

 

 

 

Based on a Real Gecko

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     I made the stereotypical shape of the gecko and then used my imagination on the color. This may or may not be an exact representation of a real gecko. One thing we can be sure of is that God loves variety. So if this is not a presently existing gecko species, who is to say that it never existed, or that it will not exist in the future?

   Here is a bunch of pictures of geckos. See if you can match up my version to an actual gecko!

Jeep!

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A pencil drawing of a guy enjoying nature in his turbo-charged Jeep.

Originally created in the hopes of turning it into a huge mural. I had just finished my third mural and they were all so much fun to make that I was hoping for a fourth.

Didn’t happen, though.