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Tuesday, June 3, 2014
RJ from Toronto sent us this image of a skull with an anterior epistaxis. This is, as RJ describes, "a water color that began as three red flowers on a field of green leaves, then it was rinsed under the kitchen tap to soften the outlines and was laid on the counter to dry overnight. It was the next morning when I began to think it seemed like two glowing red eyes in a skull with a nose bleed, which it became with some more red paint and pencil." Glad to see you converted your simulacra into the tangible. Thanks for sharing it, RJ!