I lost my mother-tongue. Drawing has other words.
Et de plus la pagaille console.
Stunned as usual. How do you do it? The motivation, the production... with so little response of people? And is that knowledge transferable? (My own motivation for drawing and writing have all but evaporated under the eyes of outsiders, so I'm really eager to find out what drives you.)
Don't know. I was doing it before the internet, and nobody saw it. so now a few see it... a little response is better then no response, can go a long way, but of course I very often think I should stop altogether... otoh if one of the things you want is getting better at these tiny ways of doing things, the openness helps. so..
I was doing it before the internet too. And nobody saw it either... and all was well for me. Then with internet, and seeing that flood of billions of people doing their stuff, their things, and the sparceness of reactions and the abundance of mediocre (bad) things, and with my dream world destroyed by outsider views... I now find it very hard to believe in anything. But you seem strong and unaffected by it all. I so admire that. You keep unpolluted and authentic. And I want to know why... and how? I admire and envy your strenth.
the eyes of others destroy your dreamworld? but it's only in their eyes that you're not alone in the real world.Unpolluted doesn't exist. We humans have been polluting and pollinating each other for some time now. as for strength, I'm just stubborn (and a terrible advisor).
I'm not looking with 'their eyes'. Not into the world and not unto myself. I'm alone in the 'real world' no matter what.But thank you for being stubborn. You are a great example for me. I'm not kidding about that.