Composite

This started out looking like someone I know, so I decided to start throwing in elements of other people I know as well. I did this thematically and not just visually, so that explains (right.) the bones.

I had fun making this. There’s a lot written about the meaning and pleasure of “mark-making” which can be hard to get used to — it means you’re not interested in the product, just with the act of making. It’s harder than you think to separate yourself from the “quality” or beauty of your end-product and just live in the process.

Composite

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