1) Because I’m a fucking adult, I can do what I want under my dime and time…basically
2) Because it’s my release. I don’t mean to, but I tend to keep all my burden on my own shoulders. No one else needs to feel what I’m feeling, because 9 times out of 10, they can’t help anyway. So while everything that’s going on with me is steadily resting in my head, sometimes, I feel the need to go completely mindless. I need everything to leave my thoughts for an hour or two so I can think about…nothing.
3) Because it just makes me feel good and better.
4) Because I know the affects of it, and I understand I’m not going to be a 60 years old, elderly women asking for some Reefer, Dubby or Jane. This is temporary, so I’m enjoying it
I'm starting to realize that when others don't care for you anymore, the reciprocated reaction isn't totally automatic. Just because you don't care for me anymore, doesn't mean I automatically don't care for you, it doesn't mean I don't miss you...
I like your art, but its not all good, some of it could use some more work :-/
You know what, you’re absolutely right. I don’t claim to be a perfectionist because I know I’m far from it. That’s why I’m in school, attempting to better myself as an artist. I accept your criticism; however, I prefer a more constructive approach. But thanks for the comment :-)
And I’m not talking about the “Bitch this, Bitch that” rapper… I actually don’t even think I could mentally… or emotionally…bring myself to fall for that…But I want the genuine artist. The one that sees beauty in almost everything. The artist that see’s beyond plain sight, the one that analyzes shapes and shades. The artist that can write for me, and paint with me. The artist that can talk to me mid ‘session’. The artist that makes me re-evaluate the unnecessary baggage I carry. The artist that evokes thought and strives for success. The educated, hard worker. The artist with an open book for society, and a secretly kept diary just for me. The artist willing and able to love far beyond the norm. I want, the Artist…
Not every art form, or form of expression, is completely understood....If it were, it wouldn't be interesting...
That’s why the versatility of art is anything but “boring”. Not everyone will be comfortable with what you paint, draw or capture. Not everyone will feel the same about one particular piece. But I thinks it’s okay. If everyone "liked" everything you did, then what can you honestly build from? But, in the end, to each is own