Yeah, I've added some colour!! This is the first of a set of comic inspired paintings. Geometric, of course!!
The finished work will be uploaded soon at "Exhibition items", in this blog.
Orfelie was the 23rd fish queen. Fish Queens, there can only be one at the same time, and they will be the queen for all their lifes. They must have almost 50 sons or daughters and choose from them the perfect next fish queen or king. The elected one must choose any other fish in the ocean to be his couple. Biodiversity is good, and fishes know it.
Fish Queens are always the beautiest, and more fascinating fishes in the whole oceans. And they are also sad and lonely. Orfelie was, by the way, the most beautiful, perfect and fascinating fish you could ever see. Everybody loved her and apparently, she had a peacefull life. But Orfelie had a secret.
One day her horrible secret was too big to be hide, too bad to be understood, and too complicated to be explained. Orfelie had to leave her kingdom and runaway from everybody.
Nowadays we don't know anything about her... is she alive? if yes, where? Nobody knows but sometimes, in their dreams, fishermans can see the Fish Queen crossing the ocean, so as beauty, so as sad... They interpret those dreams like omens of good fortune: a beautiful fish is like finding gold in a river, it means richness, for them. She looks gentle. But Fish Queens take care of fishes, and Orfelie has a secret.
Sakana Samurai, the bravest of all the fighters, was mortally wounded. He knew it, but he was the only one. He had to be strong for his men, he had to encourage them, get them ready for the next battle.
While dying slowly talked 80 times to his troops, patted 5000 shoulders and raised his glass 300 times. Being mortally wounded survived 100 days. They won the war.
Don't die until you haven't finished everything you have to do.
It's all about sadness. I was bore by sadness. I'm made of sadness. I dream about sadness and I eat sadness. I feel it in my fingers. I feel it in my toes. Sadness is all around me. And so the feeling grows.
That's not a dream. You are a surrealistic mind, of course you are. The man on the yellow hat told you so, and you believe it. You have reasons to trust him, but you don't know which ones. Maybe you just want to belive him... Believing is good if you find the way to make it useful.