3 months ago 3 months agoMy grandma’s last fight, Me, digital, 2020 by Aoife Ramos 35597views bitcoin news 2020, bitcoin news today 2020, digital asset market, digital asset news, digital drawing, digital marketing training, digital painting, every grandma ever, funny grandma, grandma, grandma guesses pokemon names, grandma ray, grandma ray dont play, image, late night, lights up, ross and grandma, ross smith and grandma, ross smith grandma, saturday night live, sunil fights, the war with grandpa trailer 2020, things grandma does, weekend at grandma's, yamadonga movie fightsLike it? Share with your friends! 295 Facebook Twitter295 points 35 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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. I was scrolling past when I came to a complete halt. I’ve never had Art do that to me before, but it felt like he was telling me a whole story.That is something I hope to be able to do one day.ReplyThis is simply fantastic.ReplyThis is both beautiful and moving. I’m sorry to hear about your suffering. Can you clarify the flame’s context? Is it the presence of her spirit?ReplyI’ve never experienced an art piece with such a basic art style that made me feel so many emotions all at once. It had a profound effect on me! Fantastic jobs. Thank you so much. God’s blessings on your grandmother 3 I’m giving you plenty of love.ReplyThis is incredibly moving. I immediately recognized that you were referring to breast cancer…. As someone who has lost many family members to breast cancer and is awaiting the results of my own, seeing such a powerful portrayal of the struggle is incredibly inspiring.Reply“You have lifted the art form,” everybody says, and I’m like, “Why did you feel the need to portray your grandmother with her tits out?”ReplyFor me, it conjures up a lot of Meso-American art. I’m sure it’s a huge testament to her spirit.ReplyThis work of art might easily be the Queen of a deck of cards. May her art, mind, and spirit live on.ReplyGrandma was tickled by this dood.ReplyWho came out on top? Which is more important: Grandma or the nurses?ReplyI have no knowledge of art, but I adore this.ReplyExcellent, just outstanding! I adore my grandmother and miss her terribly, so this made me happy! Thank you very much, from the bottom of my heart!ReplyThe subject and style are well-matched; excellent work.ReplyYou’ve done a fantastic job of describing her struggle in depth.I’m sorry to hear about your suffering.ReplyThis is truly unique. It’s fantastic.ReplyIn a single picture, this tells a tale. It appeals to me greatly. I was moved to tears by this song.ReplyThis is stunning. Thank you so much.ReplyThis has brought tears to my eyes. Well done, holy fuck.ReplyI adore all about it; it’s so basic but has so much meaning, and there are no wasted lines. Beautiful.ReplyThis is incredible. This is something you should be incredibly proud of. I’m sure your grandmother was wonderful; who was she like?ReplyI’m sorry for your loss and that of your family.But why did you emphasize her tit so much?ReplyHer strength is evident as she lifts the pole like a weightlifter. It’s inspiring. I’m still in the midst of a war. Thank you.ReplyThis is fantastic. Many graphics depicting women and disease detract from their power. This depicts your grandmother as a warrior, and the flame represents her everlasting triumph.ReplyThis is incredible and captures it in a way I’d never considered before. It’s fantastic.ReplyThis is lovely; well performed.ReplyI’m a nurse, and I think your piece says a lot. Thank you for putting it together. Quite special.ReplyThose gramma tiddys need to be drawn. This is a legend.ReplyThis has a lot of pain and power in it, and it must have been difficult to make 🙁ReplyWhy is your grandmother’s titty out?ReplyIt’s both evocative and elegant.ReplyYour grandmother’s titty is strewn around.ReplyI’d appreciate it as well.ReplyThis piece is poetic, humbling, selfless, and self-reflective, and you are exceptional with an original aesthetic. Thank you for allowing us to see your work.ReplyThis is truly incredible; well done, and please, please, please, make a lot more.ReplyIs it okay if I embroider this for my mother? She’s battled breast, cervical, and uterine cancers, but has luckily avoided covid. This is something I think she’d really enjoy. If you like, I will embroider your design and submit it to you, maybe with your grandmother’s name on it. It’s a truly magnificent work of art.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Aoife Ramos Award-winning web nerd. Food guru. Social media geek. Amateur internet scholar. Problem solver.