Photosphere Images of Mountain Peaks
this cool guy said i should draw a freedom hoarse and i did. i then promised him i would emulate his style. that turned out hecka no but at least we have this horse. i call her “star spirit” and she always has a megaphone with her at all times.
Let freedom ring!
what a Patriotic Pegasus
Among other self-evident truths, Star Spirit stands upon freedom, liberty, and justice. I’m proud to have joint custody over this OC with Wandering Hero.
Some moments of the show really need more appreciation.
Like how Fluttershy knows the dependability of sneaking drugs into food.
…and so the dentist said to the detective “I’m only interested in the tooth!”
…and so the officer said to the elephant “I’m going to need to look inside your trunk”
…and so the microphone said to the audience “All we need now is a good speaker”
…and so the moon said to the sun “What’s dawn is dawn”
I’ve been thinking a lot about distortion lately, and the glitch movement. I very much enjoy glitch pop music, and I’ve noticed that although the artist will maximize digital quality, there commonly exists an atmosphere of low fidelity. Poor quality in music is fundamentally different when comparing analog and digital. The existence of noise and feedback have become a staple for lo-fi and glitch pop, amongst other movements.
Does glitch art necessarily have to exist in the realm of digital creation? We see works such as deformed furniture openly celebrated. However, we are celebrating an analog imitation of a digital deformity. If I caused my printer to paper-jam and mangle my print, it is an entirely new aspect of distortion. Should it be encouraged or is it a flaw that we shame?
Special thanks to http://www.dragoart.com/tuts/18023/1/1/how-to-draw-wolf-applejack.htm for helping me create this beautiful piece of art.