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There's No Right or Wrong in Art

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While creating this art, I was going for a simple snake and dagger design, but ended up with a two headed lady snake. It’s hard for me to just do what is expected. I believe an artist must add to an idea or concept in order to make it their own. Almost anything artists create has more than likely been done before, but how we execute it and make it our own is what matters in the end. 

I’m sure there are hundreds or maybe even thousands of two headed lady snake designs out there, and I’ve probably seen a couple in my time. But instead of sticking to the original concept “snake and dagger”,  I decided to go with something that would be a little more interesting. In result, the Two Headed Serpent was born. 

My point is, don’t just do what is expected of you. Add your own style or taste to anything you touch. There’s no right or wrong in art, just remember to make it your own.

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This is probably one of the darkest pieces I have used for t-shirt art. Originally, this wasn’t going to be a Casas Ink tee, but with Halloween around the corner, it seemed appropriate for the occasion. The Night Watcher, a bat and devil hybrid creature carrying the evil eye to keep watch over the night, was added to the collection.

I definitely will admit I have some dark art, but this is almost too dark for me. When I say dark, I mean all the devil stuff. This will probably be the most devilish shirt you get out of me. So for all you devil worshipers, get it while you can! Just playing. 

Dark imagery attracts individuals due to their curiosity, not because they’re evil or worship the devil. When I create images like The Night Watcher, I sometimes ask myself why I create such dark images. It’s definitely not because I am evil or believe in evil things, at least I don’t think so. My wife might disagree. *hahaha* But anyways, I believe I create such imagery to ward off evil rather than promote it. Kind of like fighting fire with fire.

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