There are those who are blessed with the gift of beauty and there are those who have unfortunately been hit with the ugly stick. I hear you think ‘how very shallow for beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ and that is usually the case. But not always.
Nearly everyone who has had the misfortune of setting eyes upon this soul have come away from the experience in tatters. Expect psychological and emotional scarring for openers and just hope that it doesn’t get any worse than that. In the interests of full exposure I should really mention that it’s not just his looks which drain most people but also his unbearable personality. It has been said that he was once used to wake someone from a coma although how true this is I’m not sure. I can only imagine it’s a case of out of the frying pan and in to the fire with this situation though as once the poor victim is awake he’s fully aware he’s stuck in a room with this dolt…
Title: Some people call me pretty
Media: Acrylic, paint pen and charcoal
Now i’m not saying she’s entirely without merit but she’s just not as pretty as all the other girls – or at least that’s what the fairy tales would lead you to believe. She needn’t worry though as she’s actually already married, apparently to quite a catch I hear, although I’ve never met the man.
The whole thing came about by pure chance as I only met the Princess whilst I was out for dinner. Her husband couldn’t make it and myself and the people I were with decided to ask her if she’d care to join us and she was delighted to accept. I was quite taken with her so decided to paint her up the following day. I, of course, had been drinking that night however so was working from memory. This is the result.
Title: The not-so-pretty Princess
Materials: Acrylic, paint pen and spray paint
Please email if interested
You must be logged in to post a comment.