Oddly enough this is not something I would expect from you in your drawing. It's not traditional 'elle' for what I have grown use to seeing, and yet at the same time I can see a lot of the talent and particular 'elle' style that is all your own speaking through the piece and various other nooks and cranny.
I like the lines and the coloring done added in with the touches of simple bright red.. I won't lie. I'd actually love to see more not necessary violent but poetic turmoil pieces like this from you. It's not the comfort zone, but it speaks loudly and all on it's own.... if that makes any sense? Ilu lady.
Thank you, darling. I really enjoyed painting it, it's cathartic, and I'm quite a fan of gore. I'll probably knock out a few more pieces like this, maybe with the same character (he's been around for a few years - he's named Pandelon).
I think you should definitely do more gore. Not just because you can find it cathartic but I can see the joy of Elle drawing in it too. SO I totally support this idea for what my vote count, and will gleefully be stalking to see what occurs from this
Also I kind of want to meet Pandelon..just cause Ayme would put bows on him >> even if she ended up eviscerated xD