I'm tired of writing descriptions for each of my art stuffs. In my mind, I'm like, "Why am I telling them these details? It's all the same story. I get an idea, I make the idea. Done." In reality, I know some percentage of you care about the process of each piece. Thank you, those who do. Without you, I would be doing something fun right now, instead of writing a biography for each artwork. What do we have here? Oh, yes. Another abstract. Want to know how I made this monstrosity? Alright! I took a piece of card-stock, and doodled all over it in sharpies and inking pens. Then, I partially covered that up with acrylic paints. I cut out three squares from that paper, and glued them onto another paper. Pretty artsy and craftsy am I right? I dipped my hands in red paint and stamped them on the new piece. Then, I bordered everything with a regular ball point pen. I was either 14 or 15 when I made it. The cool thing is, if you look closely, I aligned the squares so that one colored line from each connects to the next. On the bottom it's teal, and on the top it's purple. I didn't plan this. It just happened. It's 6.25"x8.75".
2018 comment: Woowee 15 year old Squids, such charisma for your life span.