Proxy War 🏴
Today was a pretty solid day, a slight chill, but sunny enough to keep you warm. More importantly, today’s prompt is Proxy; I defined it as the authority to represent someone else, especially in voting or a person authorized to act for another. Besides, if you add another word to next to proxy, it becomes a proxy war. Then, it becomes a war instigated by a dominant power that does not itself become involved. Therefore, I present to you a featured image using black and white flow study on the destruction of war using machines to fight for another country. I did it on earlier sketches like the Neighbors: How to Draw Them & Improve Your Focus? And the Simmer: How to Show Flow & Promote Scene Passion?
More about the scene 🔥
Equally important, I tried to use the size to move objects further into the background or promote them in the foreground. Coupled with the solid black on the left, I wanted to keep your focus on the right-hand side. Also, do you know if the focal point is clear? As you can see, the destroyed center by machines which only have a single programmed thought.
The idea of proxy war came to mind when I went over to Pinterest and searched for the word proxy. I found an image called transmute artifact from the game of magic. I used some parts of that the object as inspiration to create the flying robots in the air. Not to mention, I almost quit because proxy didn’t have too many things I wanted to draw, but I kept my focus strong and figured a way out. I had written about a similar feat on What Kept Me From Quitting Ghoulish Challenge?
I’m curious to know, or you’re interested to know ⁉
In the light of my creations, I want to see your creations in the comments below. Also, my grammar and English isn’t that good either, if you see something odd, please let me know!? Moreover, if you haven’t already read about me, head over to my about page or Who I Am and Why I’m here? If you like what you see, please like, reblog and follow for more inspiration! ¯¯_(ツ)_/¯
One response to “Proxy: War Can cause what Destruction?”
Neat piece. Good tie-in to the theme.