Finished the drawing last night.

Never really know what to say or explain after a drawing. I’ll do my best to explain this one.

At the beginning of creating this piece of art, like always, you never know what the final product will look like. You can have ideas and use your imagination.

But however, if you give up on something, nothing will be achieved. This drawing was quite fun to create in the process.

Before making a drawing I have no idea, or plan to what’s next to create. It kinda happens in the moment. I look through pictures and focus on certain things.

Looked through 100’s of pictures and usually there’s one that catches my eye.

This one caught my eye and I sketched this one. It’s as if the drawing lured me in and I didn’t choose the drawing. This life happens to you and everything is aligned in a way.

When using certain colors you feel certain emotions and in that moment of creating whatever piece you’re making. You feel those colors.

The colors in this drawing were calm and stress relieving. Feel a lot more relaxed and stress free after creating this, you get a beautiful feeling after creating a piece of artwork.

It sets you free in a way.

When creating art it’s similar to life being created,ย hahaha.

A way to explain my thoughts.

Hope you can enjoy this piece as much as I enjoyed creating it.

Look at it and observe as you choose. The imagination creates and defines what you see. Also who you’re. We’ll all see something different.

This is a drawing of a zebra.

The guesses through the process of making this were all over the place like usual.

I enjoy confusing the audience at times, it makes you use your own ideas and imagination. Instead of me giving you the answer to my work, step back and look at it. Create your own ideas and thoughts, my ideas are neither correct or incorrect.

Enjoy the drawing as you please. Interpret the drawing into your own reality.

Everyone have a beautiful day!


143 thoughts on “Zebra

  1. Wowi!.. It’s finally complete! Brilliant work dude! Also, Likes for the way you have written the content, great readability and clarity… ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Thanks!! I appreciate your feedback on my work.
      Trying to challenge myself every time in a different way.
      The current thing I’m working on is quite different than usual.


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    • I read your post. I like it very interesting. I appreciate how you make post off my post. I really do! Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

      Even though you can’t see the image that’s okay. Like I said create the image with your eyes as you please.

      The last part in your post was a good relation. Remember the best things happen naturally. Don’t stress your writings but let the flow take on. It will happen In the moment.


    • Love your choice of words, I appreciate the comparison.
      Have a beautiful and divine day!

      Appreciate everything you have at this very moment. Live in gratitude and you’ll forget what you’re searching for.

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    • Thanks I appreciate it! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Can you try to explain the woman you see! I’m interested on what your imagination transfers this picture into.
      I love creativity, it makes you find yourself and know who you’re.

      I appreciate your creative mind set, continue being you! Interesting on those as well.

      There’s a saying that says what you see in art is what you feel in that moment, you could be thinking about a woman of some sort. Maybe someone is on your mind.

      Just a random thought I’d share.

      Thank you!


  3. This is a nice piece and I enjoyed your explanation as well. When my dad was doing a lot of non-objective and abstract work people would look at his pieces and ask him to explain it. “What is it?” they would ask.
    “Well,” he would always reply, “what do you see?”
    Conversely, when I was a child and I would create a masterpiece and show it to him he would never ask, “what is it?” I always got, “That’s nice, tell me about it.” which led the way to discussion of the piece.
    I think you tend to work the same way. I like that.

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    • Thanks! Appreciate your feedback.
      I get that a lot as well, I can relate with your father.
      I tell people that I see nothing and what they see is what it means. My opinion has no value. I hope you understand my method. I act like a viewer, distant from the piece as if I didn’t make it. I distant myself and imagine I’m another person. We all see things differently art shows that.

      Yeah I understand, happy you comment on here.

      Enjoyed your thought and this little discussion.

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  4. Wow! I like this piece of art. Itโ€™s very detailed and definitely different. I like how you can look at one of the stripes and notice how black isnโ€™t the only color in there! This is some really good work and your description of how it came to be was also really good.

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    • Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚ happy to hear that.

      Yes I tried to add reds and browns and colors that are related.

      Thank you again, I appreciate your feedback. Glad to hear you enjoy the words and the picture. Trying me best to post.

      Have a great weekend! ๐Ÿ™‚


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    • Thank you Sarosh! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Your words are very pleasant at the moment. Words of inspiration, feeling a weird energy at the moment. Need to get out of this funk.

      Your comment helped me realize I shouldn’t give up.

      Happy to hear that. 15 is a longtime. I appreciate your time and effort you put into my work.

      Have a beautiful day ahead of you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • No problem, thank you!!

      Thanks for the message, I know I have no reason to give up but the people and your mind take control. I’m usually good at mind control, just at times it happens you know.

      Thanks for caring ๐Ÿ™‚ appreciate it.

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  6. Thank you for the “like” on my post.
    The Zebra and Octopus drawings are fantastic — very imaginative, particularly when I view them alongside each other. .
    And I enjoyed reading how a drawing “comes” to you.
    Thanks again!

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    • Yeah no problem! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Happy to hear you like those two. Especially year you’re looking at both aside, hahaha.

      Good to hear you think my work is imaginative. That’s my goal everytime.

      Thanks, I just write what I feel in the moment no pre planned thinking.

      No thank you!

      Have a beautiful day. ๐Ÿ™‚


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