1 week ago 1 week agoUntitled, me, acrylic and colored pencil, 2019 by Iman Nava 24591views abstract acrylic paintings, abstract painting acrylic, abstract painting acrylic on canvas, acrylic, acrylic art, acrylic paint, acrylic painting, acrylic painting abstract, acrylic painting easy, acrylic portrait, acrylic portrait painting, acrylic time lapse painting, complementary colors, figure painting in acrylic, how to make acrylic painting on canvas, how to make acrylic paintings, image, pencil, portrait painting acrylic, prismacolor pencils, youtube tutorial acrylic paintingLike it? Share with your friends! 299 Facebook Twitter299 points 24 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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. All will have their “very bad day” at some point. It’s terrifying.ReplyI’m bothered with the bedsheet blending in at the feet.ReplyI’m speechless! AWESOME WORK!ReplyIs there a backstory behind this piece? I just lost an ICU patient six days ago, and this one hurts me differently; I can still feel his pain.ReplyThe patient is practically oozing into the beast, which I enjoy. It’s insanely cool.ReplyIt’s a haunting and scary piece, but it’s also absolutely beautiful. Respect is a virtue.ReplyI’ve kept this as one of the most terrifying images I’ve ever seen. Thank you for your hard work, artist.ReplyI’m not anti-digital art, but it’s nice to see folks still doing it the old fashioned way.ReplyI just lost a friend to substance abuse. I initially thought of addiction rather than death, although both perspectives are fascinating.ReplyI’d like to speak with you about something.ReplySurprisingly, this was created prior to COVID. Is this a foreshadowing…?ReplyYeah, this is both lovely and frightening.ReplyI turned around and saw a pale horse.And death, who sat on him, was his name, and hell followed him.ReplyThis is a fantastic album cover. What is the name of the band?ReplyUntil now, I hadn’t seen a portrayal of dying that was so timely. It’s just a smidgeon on the terrifying side.ReplyHe’s doing much better today, and his rehabilitation is practically complete. His actual issue is that his feet are exposed. The right foot is about to get yoinked, as you can see.ReplyIt’s starting to feel like a horrible trip. It reminded me of my disastrous trip.ReplyIt’s what I refer to as “American healthcare bills.”ReplyDeath is depicted in the painting as a very cruel being. However, we will all die at some point. I don’t see why I should live another 35 years after I’ve completed my responsibilities to my family.ReplyAs far as I can tell, the procedure went well.ReplyDeath is terrifying. The polar opposite, on the other hand, is more terrifying.ReplyYes, I am. Because I am incapable of comprehending death, it does not exist for me. It shouldn’t even be a source of concern for us. Death, for all we know, isn’t even real.ReplyI despise this drawing, yet the fact that you were able to evoke such strong feelings in me is astounding. It’s also incredible that you accomplished everything with color pencils. It makes me feel really uneasy, which I presume is what you were aiming for. So, though this is fantastic, I want to never see it again till I die.ReplyThat’s absurd, man, that’s sick.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Iman Nava Total entrepreneur. Introvert. Coffee fanatic. Friendly twitter practitioner. Web buff.