Sunday, July 16, 2017

I decided to improve the drawing, giving it more credibility and realism.




Some times it seems that historical drawings were made to coldly and impartially record the witnessed scenes.
This beautiful picture shows a Russian servant about to be whipped.
The draftsman seems to want to show how the animal was tied, immobilized, and how he accepted his fate resigned. The various represented spectators attend the scene as if scenes like this were frequent and banal.
I decided to improve the drawing, giving it more credibility and realism.
The scene would have to have blood, a lot of blood dripping and soaking the body and the clothes on the animal, or it is not a real scene of scourging.
Hanging by the wrists and having to support his weight and the weight of the trunk between his legs the wrists should be bleeding in a short time and the hands purple and darkened.
Those who watch this kind of scene should be enjoying themselves, smiling.
Does not it seem more realistic? Truer, human, and brutal?

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