2 weeks ago 2 weeks agomaybe my intentions are irrelevant, me, colored pencil, 2021 by Leslie Snider 22608views all are welcome, colors psychology marketing, colour psychology in marketing, complex regional pain syndrome, développement, financial freedom, image, information, lead generation tips, police corruption, police violence, prismacolor, psychology of color, psychology of color in marketing, psychology of communication, psychology of consumer behaviour, religious education, sanjosecitycouncil, spencer nugent, spencernugent, think and grow rich napoleon hill, universal declaration of human rightsLike it? Share with your friends! 313 Facebook Twitter313 points 22 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The first two words that come to mind are “creepy” and “nightmarish.”ReplyThis is very amazing. The color contrast is fantastic.ReplyBUT, to be honest,IT IS NOT Just FOR MEReplyThe human body is a strange thing. When I see people, sometimes the most ordinary things seem unreal. As if they were human ears.ReplyI’m sure I’m not the only one who thought the one on the right looked like a reptile.ReplyAt first sight, I mistook the woman on the right for a sultry crocodile.ReplyIt took me much too long to figure out that this wasn’t an alligator lady.ReplyThe hands could use some work, but the colors are beautiful.ReplyThis gives me major enby vibes. Excellent work.ReplyThe poses remind me of theReplyAnd now I’ve got “Take on Me” stuck in my brain….ReplyThe title is better than the drawing, which is actually very fine.ReplyIt reminds me of Egon Schiele.ReplySo you have a hard time with faces 😀ReplyAt first, I thought they were the sexiest alligators I’d ever seen.ReplyNaked women make up 90% of the most popular posts in this forum.ReplyReally nice work! However, it seems to be a little nsfw.ReplyIt’s thoughtful of you to have hip dips in your artwork. They are seldom discussed or represented in the media.ReplyI, too, am unable to draw heads.ReplyBut, to be frank, it isn’t just for me.ReplyI’m getting jojo vibes from this.ReplyAbsolutely stunning, with excellent technique, shading, and color.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Leslie Snider Infuriatingly humble thinker. Explorer. Lifelong pop culture expert. Alcohol specialist. Friend of animals everywhere.