- Last Record: 2012-09-10 14:01:29 -0500
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This album has tiny stories in all shapes and sizes, images and texts alone or combined. I wanted to have the album in a manageable size, so I had to make some heart-wrenching cuts. It was so hard to choose out of the many many great tiny stories out there! Hope this will be of use :)
Sweet bird - Can you not fly? Do you not fear me? For I'm the collector of winged souls. And once I've gathered enough of you, I soon shall be an angel too.
I do not fear the monsters under my bed. The monsters I fear, are in my head.
I would really like to have a different illustration for this...anyb...
and friends in low ones. :)
I've been meaning to add to the Shadow Collab and the Tiny Stories.
Here's trying to hit two birds with one stone - although I think I just grazed one and the other is in denial about being a bird in the first place. Sigh. Damn metaphors.
People are like Rorschach inkblots –
"Go away, girls don't play with dinosaurs!"
"You're just mad cause yesterday my t-rex ate your triceratops"
-Tiny Story by adhgraphicdesign
There are two worlds
The one we think we live in
And the one we really do
('think' should be in italics for this to make most sens...
An illustration for aimeecanto's tiny story 'Silence!'
'He wanted to scream to the world how much he loved her, but they were at the library, so he whispered.'
The way I pictured it with them hiding behind a book and being surrounded by books, I figured that it may as well be in a Library of Tiny Stories.
Whenever their song began to play,
Their wrinkles vanished, they lost the grey.
An unacknowledged truth, it seems:
Radios are time-machines.
Some call it narcissism, some call it self-acceptance.
I can, upon request, upload the paper I used to draw on for use as a texture, as well as a clean, black and white version of the drawing.
The kittens wore mittens,
The fox wore socks,
The leopard wore a leotard,
Thus, highlighting the phonetic unpredictability inherent in the English language.