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reality vs. superficiality
Uploaded: 22 October 2009
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the difference between how we really feel (left) and what we show people (right). 
Took about 30 minutes. 

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famachan says:   22 October 2009   414886  
Amazing concept. Clever and well done!
 
‹ERASED› says:   22 October 2009   728656  
Nice idea!
 
‹Destined for Disaster♥› says:   23 October 2009   873339  
This is sad because its true D:
♥
 
‹+ThErapY-haZArarD+› says:   25 October 2009   517879  
this is a great drawing, but this is so sad, i love the hair with the
one with the pink back ground...i really like this picture
 
‹♥Kirsche♥› says:   26 January 2010   758952  
Beautiful.
 
‹~Carrie~(Im bi bitchis)› says:   19 February 2010   655130  
beautiful
 
‹♥Ice Cream Topped With Honey♥› says:   11 May 2010   996528  
I get the who thing and you rock drawing btw. So true,I have to do
that sometimes at school D;

But why is the feeling on the inside naked and blind-folded

Wait-does the whole (naked and covering up) mean that like, "we are
who we are but we don't wanna show it"?
 
Requests says :   14 May 2010   216257  
yeah and also that we feel embarassed to show our true selves like
you would be embarassed to walk aruond naked. And the blindfold is
because the real you hardly gets to see the real world.
 
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