I actually started this last September but never got the assertiveness to finish it or the heart to just post it as it was.
It's still not very refined 'n all but I read something about remorse recently that made me think...sorta
It was about artistic remorse and stuff
(Brave New World author's note)// the author(Aldous Huxley) is amazing!! ! ! (difficult vocab + brilliant philosophy)
And sooo i thought i shouldn't drag an artwork on forever, never finishing it, but at the same time never abandoning it. Just keep on refining it over the days, weeks months etc... Especially if it's over half a year, when I have already progressed substantially(for the worse or the better) and developed a new way of thinking, colouring, drawing etc.
Bc then the old me in artwork would be replaced by a new one. If i colour over/ redraw the mistakes I made in the past, the artwork wouldn't really retain the meaning(value? :c ) it originally possessed
Bc if the positives are still untouched in the old work, so should the mistakes. Huxley said this about his writing, and now i can sorta relate to it with my art
My point is
English class might be tough but it's worth it
aieee sentimental stuff is overflowing bc winter break is ending and i still didn't start on my science assignment yet rip...
this is a long description -__- very long indeed
on quite a barren account
Also I began this thing with my mouse so i'd better finish it with my mouse... I cannot betray my old companion
So I had to get over it quick so I could abandon my mouse sooner