Sock September 28, 2015 Share September 28, 2015 I've been noticing that I've been doing a decent deal of posting in the "Draw your tulpas" thread, and I did not wish to completely overtake it, especially considering some of the post had a rather journal-ish vibe to them, as I often explained things about the person I drew and how they came about. As such, I thought it would be good to simply make my own thread in the drawing forum for my purposes. [align=center] Midori Update 12.06.15 * DumpYourPhoto.com, the hosting site I used, is going to shutdown at the end of this year. As such, I've moved the work I posted in this thread to Postimage.org. * Since I have more drawings than the image-per-post limit allows, I will instead post a link to my gallery at Postimage.org * Decided to use the character drawings I had left over as header images. I may change them semi-regularly, based on who my anchor for the time is. Posting Midori here because she's my first, and I don't have a full color image of Sheryl.[/align] Sock Cottonwell's Extension Art Gallery <===*===> The following one is a newer image I made a few days back. It's of two rather troublesome figures I found in my mind, named Moge-ko and Ru respectively: Copied from my post about this image on tulpa.io: Not every mental figure that runs around in the mind can be called a "tulpa", but they can grow in to one rather easily. This is something that I learned along the way, as I observed in small ways how my mind made the figures, based on memories, emotions, etc. Not all of these took form, but many did, and these two above are examples of that. These two appeared during a time that was turbulent, where I experienced some rather nasty, DID-like episodes that would last from an hour, to a week. I went in to a bit of detail with it in another thread in the Plurality section. It wasn't a fun period at all, but I did notice some interesting aspects of my experience. Things like how some aggressive figures can be befriended, and attended to peacefully. How some figures will be outright symbolic of something in your mind, or some process in your mind, etc. I still have some reflecting to do on the subject, but it was definitely a pretty educational trip. These two above, named Moge-ko and Ru respectively, are products of that period. Both began as aggressive, tormenting figures, Moge-ko more-so than Ru. The form are things they picked, based on outside media, Ru picked her's on a whim to further mess with me, as at the time, I was still very insecure about that sort of thing. Moge-ko picked her's because she felt the character fit her. Both of which cooled off with some time, Ru becoming more tame and docile while still having a mischievous edge, and Moge-ko losing her ability to cause her particular form of trouble in an instant, and being at my mercy. I have the aim of ultimately making peace with both, as I feel that both of them are part of my whole, and as such should be handled with care and some affection. This above image is a way of showing good will to them. When I told this to them, Ru reacted rather well, Moge-ko...did not. It will be fine, though. This isn't a request thread, just a sketchbook thread to place things I drew regarding my dealings in this phenomenon. Consider it a supplement to my PR. Peace Sock Cottonwell's Sketchbook, Journal, and Ask thread. Peace Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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