Thursday, June 4, 2015
New Body Parts
Janet C. Fish
This is a picture of my mind wanderings. People can get gold teeth if they get new teeth. So, it struck me, when a woman gets reconstruction for new breasts, why not do them gold instead of flesh? This woman's breasts may look like pimento stuffed olives, but they are gold reconstructed breasts, and the nipples are pink diamonds.
Her artificial eye is now a lovely pearl with a slight imperfection to look at bit like a pupil. Her hair is pink and blue. She had to drink an unhealthy amount of fake sugar drinks that were pink and blue to get that effect. Don't try it.
She is wearing thong panties, so she cannot be accused of being naked. But no top, obviously. She has erected a lovely red fence to keep her neighbor from looking over the fence.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Peace Be With You by Janet C. Fish
I started this picture one night when I could not sleep but was so incredibly sleepy that it was awful trying to sleep and was awful trying to read and it was awful just being.
So, I picked up my best therapy ever, a piece of paper, my drawing board and colored pencils.
I felt half asleep, but that doesn't count. As most of you know, I lost my left eye as a toddler. And this interesting thing happens when I am that sleepy. My left eye closes. My right stays open. It's almost like being half asleep, but not. Everything in this picture was done while in that condition, over a few days. I'd sleep, but not enough. I'd get tired, I'd draw with my left eye shut. What that means I do not know really.
This picture isn't the point. The quality or lack thereof isn't the point. The point is, drawing gets me through a lot. There may be another point. Don't know what it is. Actually it may come to me if I ever get decent sleep again.