The eyes in those trees are more scary to me than the man in the bushes...always afraid of the unknown?But the message sent from this art/drawing is really what's frightening. So Peeps, we must be aware of our 'hood...who lives there, what they do, and "any identifying marks, scars, moles, dirty shoes, etc.It is way too serious for jokes. It is one of the human--INHUMAN--behaviors which cause tears to fall on heaven's floor.PEACE, always and everywhere.
Nous vivons effectivement dans un monde bien effrayant... Les méchants se masquent en belles personnes et les bons enfants en méchants le temps d'une fête!J'aime tes dessins ma chère Ces. Ils sont si symboliques. Une innocence qui n'est qu'apparence...Gros bisous à toi.
I, too, see eyes in the trees. And mouths gaping wide, distorted in their screams. Chills. The scariest monsters are the ones that look just like us, who seem to be our friends and neighbors, who live with us like trusted family members.Tsup tsup tsup
ooooooo, creepy trees, sooooooo coo1 :D TSUP!!!
wonderfully portrayed Ces.
wow...creepy trees, awesome scary work!
Nice work Ces...you made a creepy work!
Awesome work. The second one reminds me of myself as a kid hiding from thunderstorms at night.
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