I have had so many things in life I have left incomplete that, if I one day sit to complete them all, I would need another lifetime.
My art work, my needle work, my neopets account, my assassin’s creed slots, Skyrim, learning to cook, my journal, tv shows, et cetera, et cetera.
Of all those things, one of my guilty pleasures that weighs down on all those things, is my inability to finish off the stories I started.
I read somewhere that a story left incomplete, is like an incomplete love affair.
Then damn. I have many love affairs now don’t I?
Here, I tried to sketch/draw Benedict Cumberbatch’s version of Sherlock Holmes. It is one of my most Favorite serials (3 episodes per season and it has only 3 seasons! – the next season releases in 2016 -___- ).The only serial I have ever watched more than once.
What is so incomplete about this? Oh right. The features of the face, the smudges, the sharpness- basically this I believe, would be considered as a colorful sketch.
Why I didn’t complete it is because well. I got carried away trying to perfect the muffler *frowns*. I started drawing from there, without any measurements for the face or the head or the hair. I saw a reference through google and I just drew. (He has a longer face and much more prettier than this excuse of sketch ahaha).
My completely incomplete shenanigans. That is what I have thought to keep a page about. As I have mentioned before, I love art. I would draw out the world if I weren’t too conscious of messing it up. And whatever projects I have started from my initial art years (there was not much initial-ity actually; I just drew, my hands moved on their own), I have decided to have them uploaded here, instead of me forcing them to join their fellow comrades in the oblivion of the recycle bin or the materialistic trash can (the real bin, you know)
So for the first incomplete art piece, I present to you *curtain lifts, heart beat increases, goose bumps felt and of course drum roollll*
My idea of Venice (when I must have been 15/16 years old)
For this “project” I used a pencil, eraser, plain water colors, and no reference for a picture. I had (and still have) not much of a good eye for the shading and light effects, so all I did was use my imagination, of how, if ever, I visited Venice, I would find it at night (of course there would be more people, and colors, a moon and the buildings would be complete).