So…I decided to redraw a drawing I did back in 2011. I liked the old
one back then, but now I think it looks really bad, haha, so it was very
interesting to see how different it looks now. XD I really love Tales
of the Abyss so I felt like I had to redraw it (but Tales of Berseria
might be in competition with which one is my favorite Tales game).
Between 1910 and 1915, Russian Futurist artists created a new form of art called zaum (“beyond the mind”) that fused words, visuals, and sound. Their hand-lithographed books emphasized “sound as such” and rejected logical meaning.
Cover and poem from Mirskontsa (Worldbackwards), 1912, Natalia Goncharova, cover design; Velimir Khlebnikov and Alexei Kruchenykh, poetry; Mikhail Larionov, Nikolai Rogovin, and Vladimir Tatlin, lithography. The Getty Research Institute, 88-B27486. Cover of Pomada (Pomade), 1913, Mikhail Larionov, lithographer. The Getty Research Institute, 88-B26240
Guy knows what’s up. He also knows his sports scholarships will pay for however many years it takes to knock Sync down to the level of “person I still hate but at least I’m not contemplating death for my entire shift”. You gotta be realistic with these things.