je lui ai dit: donne-moi à boiRe, je te prie. elle s'est empressée d'abaisser sa cruche de dessus son epaule, et ellE a dit: Bois, et je donnerai aussi à boirE à tes Chameaux. j'ai bu, et elle a aussi donné à boire à mes ChAmeaux.
I have to comment again. I can't stop looking at it and it got such great music that Im just playing it in the background while working on my "Theory of Knowledge Essay". Please make more of these. maybe anther lamb. Is there any way I could get a copy of this one? It is amazing. I can't even describe the feeling when I look at it. It got something cute, sad and creepy to it. But it makes me wonder and think but I don't know what I am thinking about. Talking about dimensions, sometimes I even feel that art has created another dimension that is there, amongst us, but can't be described and you just gotta feel it.. hmm...
It has had the same effect on me. I've been revisiting this since he submitted it. It's got something that's so beyond human life. I rarely attempt to describe it because all I can come up with is not good enough.
I would actually love to see this spread out a lot more..like if it showed the lamb running through a couple fields and bushes and sometimes looking back and tripping and stumbling like lambs do...of course it would still be in black and white pencil or charcoal or whatever you used..
For some reason this is one of those things that makes me want to grab a smoke, go to a park, and sit. And just sit all day and think..I don't know why. It's got kind of an air of sadness and, to me, it gives off a thing like "the world is sad, and it won't change. old ways won't die, and new ones won't last." like that kind of thing...it's sweet.