The development of an object is the term we use to indicate shape fluctuation in art. It allows an artist to transform a shape representing one item into a similar form. Further, it enables, in turn, to show depth. So why not explore both two worlds? Afterward is part of the same concept in an equal direction.
Subsequently, mechanized lines turn over into familiar objects. At some point, the difference relies upon a new texture. The eye flows around the object and feels comfortable to watch. Even if we do not understand it
The scorpion recalls a printmaking technique. Having this in mind I used this approach to recreate its form. It does belong to the arachnid category for they have eight legs. No antennae or wings. Scorpions are found in dry and subtropical areas. Everywhere, but not in the cold.
I just recalled living in the suburbs back as a child. My brother and I used to wake up seeing Arachnida walking on the floor. It was wild and scary for the sting and claws were pointing up as ready to battle whoever crossed its path.
“A Sudden Sting” Oil on paper, size 28″ x 14″ 2019