Sometimes as an artist I feel like I have a bit of a "God Complex" when it comes to my drawings. Like i need for each and every one of my drawings to be an extension of my self in some unique way. Like they all truly have a life of their own on that sheet of paper one you leave the room. I know I'm crazy. **DONT MIND ME - I THINK STRANGE THINGS A LOT **
Anyway, I hope you like it TOOLS USED Mechanical Pencils Woodless Graphite Pencils Graphite pencils 2B - 9B Smooth Bristol Paper
I think a "God Complex" in an artist isn't exactly a bad thing. We create things, we bring the images in our mind come to live, whether it's people or scenery and even writers and poets. We artists are gifted with the ability to make imagination become real...
It's an amazing gift to have that kind of 'God Complex', so I don't think you should mind to have that when you do your amazing drawings!!
No, I don't think you have a god complex. The way I see it you enjoy creating beautiful images and they are so stunning that they are real to you. It is very hard to make drawings come alive. When I feel I have been successful (even if I am no way close to your skills), I get so much buzz that I "dance" around the room. The eyes comes "alive", then the mouth and people that you familiar with or literally adore just popped out from the drawings and the whole room "sings"(atmosphere). It is an amazing feeling. I love drawing people even though I struggle with it more that landscapes and it is less commercial (according to some artist).
Quite a wonderful composition you have here. I always love those "unfinished" drawings. They always seem to impress much more than full fledged work, for some reason. The pencil makes it all seem much more traditional. Love it to bits.
I can't tell if you drew the pencil as well or if it's actually real And I think like that about my drawings as well. Which is why when I'm drawing something I just start coming up with a story behind it.