Exhaustion

November 8, 2010
By LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
89 articles 125 photos 71 comments

An unfortunate sketch done sometime around 1:00 a.m.

For those who've grown tired of building a brick wall around themselves.


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on Nov. 27 2010 at 3:42 pm
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
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Oh, thank you so much! This actually only took me about half an hour  minutes to complete, whereas most of my sketches usually take a little longer. I guess it just came to me in a sudden burst of inspiration. :)

on Nov. 27 2010 at 3:39 pm
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
89 articles 125 photos 71 comments
Thank you! I'm glad that you can relate to this piece. :)

on Nov. 27 2010 at 2:55 pm
KaylynVictoria SILVER, Breaux Bridge, Louisiana
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Favorite Quote:
Always keep your head up so you never have an excuse to look down at yourself(:

It's just perfct! I love how the body is shaped. How long did it take you to draw this?

on Nov. 26 2010 at 11:22 pm
the-ampersand PLATINUM, Ogdensbury, New York
32 articles 1 photo 106 comments
reminds me of myself :T beautiful job =.=

on Nov. 18 2010 at 8:43 pm
alanacarlene DIAMOND, Mexia, Texas
55 articles 15 photos 592 comments

Favorite Quote:
Silence screams too honestly and loudly.
-Alex (aka GangstaEyes)
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two equals four.
-Winston Smith '1984'
Don't go wishin' your life away...
-Daddy S2
"What a drag it was to be limited by reality."

Ah well that's quite interesting I'm definately going to have to check out some more of your work!

Would you mind checking out some of mine if you get the time please? Thanks:)


on Nov. 17 2010 at 8:10 pm
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
89 articles 125 photos 71 comments

Oh, why thank you! 

Robert Frost's poems are quite beautiful. 

I, unfortunately, am not a ballerina, but I would be if I could choose anything in the world to be. The reason that the subjects of my drawings are almost always ballet dancers is because the strong and powerful body movements associated with ballet can easily convey the message through emotive imagery. With regards to this drawing in particular, I find ballerinas to be very stoic, elusive creatures almost separated from the natural world of ordinary people, and the drawing sort of reflects that same attitude in reserved people like me who often suffer natural seclusion. 


on Nov. 17 2010 at 6:19 pm
alanacarlene DIAMOND, Mexia, Texas
55 articles 15 photos 592 comments

Favorite Quote:
Silence screams too honestly and loudly.
-Alex (aka GangstaEyes)
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two equals four.
-Winston Smith '1984'
Don't go wishin' your life away...
-Daddy S2
"What a drag it was to be limited by reality."

This is really beautiful! It reminds me of Robert Frost's Mending Wall. Are you a ballerina or something? I find it intersting that this person is wearing a leotard and ballet slippers. Why did you depict her this way????

Great job! :)



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