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Open-Peacemind
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Opinions on Art

Hello! What type of art do you like???

I love drawing, the colorful type of art..

So...

Art is... the colorful and powerful emotions of the artist

please post your powerful and colorful emotions too!!! (please be honest and post!!!!!!!)

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Re: Opinions on Art

Wow cool! I love to draw too! I love to draw dragons. With dragons I can vent my fustration my pain into a beast of power one not to be ignored. I draw other things too. Like baby dragons hatching from the egg, my characters from my storys, I illustrate my poems, for my poem Dear Luna the poem is scribbled upon the window looking out to a full moon and a lonely wolf howling into the dark. I add much detail to mine to make my drawings life like. Many days I will spend on one drawing. Three days is how long it will take me for a single simple storm dragon. Maybe my detail is too much but its somthing that drives you mad its never done the artist always sees an imperfection. Always never right. Or that is me anyhow ....
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