While the Corona virus has almost half the world under house-arrest, after being held captive by my own feelings, my imagination finally grew wings and I’ve been freed from an oath I swear long ago. Under lock-down, inside the house, in my little art-studio, I’m re-discovering the fine art of standing with my spine straight.
I did this drawing of the clown in March…I think right after the lockdown. I hadn’t watched the movie “The Joker” until then, but when I did, I noticed that in the movie, Joaquin Phoenix too has a rather twisted spine. I’ll be sketching/drawing him one day…but he is very different from this guy here – who is more me than him.
If you are still interested in reading, note the expression behind the facial paint, the unnatural and broken line of the spine, the twisted hands and ankles – the guy is completely bent out of shape. We would be like that too, if we were suddenly sucked up in a twister and thrown miles away – we’d be a mangled heap of flesh and bones – and if we could somehow put ourselves together again – we’d be all bent out of shape too…like the Joker here.
Smile, sing, dance – but don’t break hearts.
Amazing! You have a very special gift.
Thanks Sir. I agree…too many lines. I intend to paint it in oils and replace lines with brush-strokes 🙂
Great stuff always from a phenomenal talent…lines and Lines.