Tuesday, May 15, 2012

When Words Fail



Strangely I'm out of words and it's one of those days I just feel like remaining silent in a way, and so I just doodled something out of the blue, and I really have no clue what it is or what I did, but there you have it.

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  1. Well, atleast you did something.
    On such an occasion when I'm out of words I would probably think that my crazy-imaginative power just expired.

    BTW thats' an eye ?
    with make-up (probably) , no?
    I see your signature, so, you made it right? And you don't know your own creation (#just curious) ?

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    1. You're not an artist are you..lol.

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    2. Me? An Artist ? No !
      I am better a spoiler of art than be one. So many times I tried, but ended up messing.

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  2. Looks like an eye ☺

    And lucky you, you can actually make something as creative and interesting as this.
    My art is so terrible, you wouldn't believe it. It mostly revolves around stick people, and smiling suns.

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    1. Haha...Like I wrote in one of my posts, I've been drawing since I knew how to pick up a crayon. If you go through my dad's really really old books, they're all covered over with scribbles on the insides of the covers and stuff. From when I was like 18 months+ LOL. And yes it is an eye, when I go emo I tend to draw eyes alot. I've always thought of eyes as windows to the soul (in fact, I wrote a poem titled that back in high school that got published in some province-wide text. Stick people and smiling suns = happy drawings tehe.

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    2. *Insert missing ")" after text :P

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  3. looks like dew drops got entangled in the eyelashes :D

    tumhari palkon se girke shabnam hamari aankhon mein rukh gayee hai (im gonna skip the senti smile:L)

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    1. :O Dewdrops.. awwwww hanji was meant to be abstracted tears in a way I think, I really didn't think about what was going on...but "dewdrops" is so poetic aye haye :D

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  4. ...beware the poet in me .. it's really a zombie :L

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  5. Abstract? ..I think. It's Purrrty ^^,
    I like.

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    1. haye, kitna terrible shakal.
      second attempt: ^ ^,

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    2. Very abstract. haha I like that shakal ^ ^,

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  6. "In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."
    Martin Luther King, Jr.

    I love this piece of work......... certainly depicts some amount of sadness but the choice of colors shows... not all hope is lost =]

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    1. :O :O *faints* thank you pls, Picasso sir :O :D And yes, those colours soothe me =]

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