Wanna share our art?

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Wanna share our art?

Postby Valerie » Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:40 am

I'm trying to get back into drawing/writing, so I figured we could have a thread where we share things we've made. Drawings, stories, poems, music, crafts, whatever-- as long as you made it, it goes here.

I hadn't drawn anything in months, so after binge-watching Adventure Time (omg so good), I drew Finn. :D
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Re: Wanna share our art?

Postby Valerie » Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:42 am

I also drew this elf lady.
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Re: Wanna share our art?

Postby Valerie » Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:42 am

And this kitty lady.

SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT.
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Re: Wanna share our art?

Postby Pink Freud » Thu Feb 08, 2018 12:20 am

I wrote this last September I think. Based on a dream I had back in 2006 that's always been stuck in my brain. It was the first attempt in what was going to be a blog of some kind where I post short stories based on the fucked-up nightmares I've had over the last couple decades since the torrent of them I had back in 1997.

"Heat"

Arriving in the parking lot, I stepped from the rear door of my parents’ car into the bright sun and warm pavement encircling the mall. As the rest of the family made their way to the entrance I held back to watch the other shoppers arriving and leaving. I always enjoyed watching the human ant colony that composes a large shopping center like a mall. Hundreds or sometimes thousands of people all buzzing about their little activities that are so important to them, that must get done, all bouncing off of each other like a clockwork machine built of stress and commerce.

I abandoned the warm radiation of the blacktop to the cool air conditioning of the shopping center, and considered what time-killing activity I would commit to first. I was a fan of the video arcade as much as the bookstore, but I was really hoping to find a particular movie at the video rental so I started off in that direction, watching the people from the corners of my eye as they passed. A mother with a child in tow shopping for clothes is passed by a teenage boy mustering the courage to approach a girl, who is giggling with her friend about clothes in a shop window. Every one the center of their own private world, but to myself and others they all just blend into waves of static.

Feeling hungry, I decided on a short detour from my quest to take a sabbatical in the oasis of the food court. There was a pizza restaurant run by a greek man who made the best pizza I had ever tasted, and I was starving for it. I navigated the white noise of the crowd, emerging from its retail chaos to discover her sitting at a table across from the mall’s chicken restaurant nibbling on a box of french fries. She had a green shirt, light blue denim jeans, shoulder-length blonde hair, and the most lovely eyes in the entirety of existence. The kind of eyes that stab you right through your soul, and they were looking directly at me smiling a “Hello”. Discovering her here amongst all the human noise was like emerging from a dark basement to find your home remodeled in diamond and gold.

I was filled with abject horror at the thought of speaking, for the risk that she might discover me for the moron I so obviously am. Despite this I managed to shore my courage and walk over to her, asking if I could sit down. To my great surprise, she smiled and said yes. I nervously sat at the table and stammered out a greeting. She was very patient with me as we began a palaver that very quickly escalated into one of those rare conversations where you suddenly click with a person and talk like you’ve known each other for years. I sat there happily looking into her dark brown eyes while we chatted about music and movies, until my stomach rumbled and I remembered the reason I’d come to the food court in the first place. I reached for my wallet and immediately realized I’d left it in the car. I asked her to excuse me so I could go retrieve it, and she offered to come along with me. I tried my best to not explode with joy as I agreed, barely succeeding.

We traveled the length of the mall back to the entrance, talking and laughing along the way as we passed active clumps of mall folk bouncing from store to store. Exiting to the parking lot into the rather warm sun, I thought to myself how lucky I was to have met this person, much less that she seemed to enjoy being with me in this moment. The pavement had softened during the hot day, and patches of it felt like walking on soft nerf foam. We crossed the parking lot laughing, flirting, and ignoring the throngs of people moving past us, until the sky abruptly turned dark.

I heard a loud booming sound as I then began to notice people in the lot yelling and scrambling among the cars in a panic. The heat seemed to be slowly rising as I felt her arm bump mine to get my attention. I turned and followed her gaze upward to see a giant ball of fire growing larger and larger as it rushed toward the Earth. As the heat rose and the fireball grew I heard her voice colored with fear ask me, “What’s happening?”

I could only reply “The Sun is exploding.” as her hand found mine in the moment just before a sudden blast of heat and fire enveloped the world.
Said he'd come to save the world from destruction and pain, but I said how can you save the world from itself?
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Re: Wanna share our art?

Postby Pink Freud » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:14 am

And I gotta say, I really like the elf lady, Val.

Like, REALLY like.

In a creepy way.
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Re: Wanna share our art?

Postby Valerie » Tue Feb 20, 2018 2:05 pm

Omg, it took me forever to say anything else. o_o Sorry.

I haven't drawn anything in the past couple weeks, but I did draw this before.

And I already told you this in the chat, Pink, but nice story!
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Re: Wanna share our art?

Postby Pink Freud » Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:58 pm

Ooh, I like that one too! And TY.
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