All charcoal sticks, almost… only a little blood Conte. Wonderfully messy and fun to do.

Doing a reverse perspective drawing isn’t new to me, but I’ve often gotten lost in the process and scrapped it because I overcomplicated it. This little face seemed to loom out of the backstage of a nearly darkened theatre and I wondered why it was there. Some disembodied face, floating with evil intent. It’s when I enlarged and blackened the eyes and mouth that the menace emerged. As if both faces of that famous theatre/acting symbol had merged and the pain of the merger drove them mad.

See more madness at Arts MPerron @ https://1-mario-perron.pixels.com

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