"Perhaps the only reason we never reconize the bad things until it is too late is because of the smirk they wear on their masks." In The Good Cuck, *whitlam1 captured an everyday issue of society in a drawing as surreal as cases of infidelity and betrayal can sometimes happen to be. (
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Beautiful. To be honest, I don't even know why I like this piece so much, It's not my favorite style of drawing ( No offense, you draw really well), and I've never been particulary interested in surrealism. But there's something about this piece that just drawns me to it, makes me want to look at it, again and again. Just beautiful.
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but something about this reminds me of an old story book I remember.. and it's pretty creepy the way that feels... o_o
I like the colours in this.. makes me think of medieval times.. <3
impressive piece of work! god, i was so looking forward to a new submittion from you. never fails to amaze man. 1st time i saw your pieces, i was thinking that this must be big ones, considering the details you lay out. was so in awe when you said your biggest is A3! again, very impress here.