One more, because I love this statue so much,
using PenBBS with Robert Oster True Blue ink.
I think my first Buddha, below, is full of the passion I was experiencing that night after watching videos of protesters in our city being pushed around by out-of-control police…
I think that comes through.
These are more technically appealing, maybe.
What do you think?
I call him Buddhaball in all seriousness, because I like that he is a ball,
and that I don’t attach any emotions to him… I leave this open to interpretation.
Others like Weeping Buddha or Humble Buddha.
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PenBBS with Robert Oster True Blue ink,
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