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Blood is scarce. Draw with ink.

by beatles823 on October 24, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


There is something very intimate about drawing, writing,and creating in general. Each artists/writer leaves a piece of themselves in everything they do. Each paint stroke, pen mark, word, and letter is a on pour of emotions, blood, sweat, and tears. If I could draw with my own blood I would so that I cold have the ultimate connection with my work, without any mediation. But, as one could imagine blood is scarce; therefore, I draw with ink.

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