Do you ramble on and on in the description of your art, talking about the storyline that you are trying to express, the series of events that gave you the idea, or the long and intricate process you used to create the piece?
Do you like to READ the stories behind the artwork of others? Do you appreciate it when someone takes the time to explain exactly how or why they made a piece, or what it is supposed to mean?
Join us. Tell us about your art.
This group is for finding and sharing artwork with a backstory. Any kind of backstory is fine:
Regardless of the type of backstory, pieces in this group should have a long, detailed description. This is your change to ramble, and to learn about the "behind the scenes" thoughts of other people's artwork.
You have to have at least 180 words in the description of the artwork, explaining the story behind the piece (in any of the four categories above: the concept of the piece, the character in the piece, the history of the piece, or the technical aspects of the piece).
Try to get the folder generally right, although we won't be super uptight about this. We know that many of you who write long descriptions talk about multiple things: how you came up with the idea, what it represents, and what tools and techniques you used to make it. Just pick the folder that you think fits the best.