|Unfinished? Who knows.|
It's kind of weird: I started a blog for very specific reasons.
(For Entertainment and Short-Term Distractions.)
Then I ended up having e-mail correspondence with other bloggers, and developed a small idea of what they might be like as individuals. I think we all do this to a certain extent; a large portion of us probably have "online friendships" that evolved from the blogging community.
The problem is, over time, I tend to get submissions from people that I originally thought of as "normal," and after seeing their work I begin to fear how the correspondence shall pan out.
And that, ladies and gentleman, is my introduction to Rats (who has a blog which doesn't seem to be up at this time, but the moment he points me in the right direction I will link it here, and until that time I will link to Blogwave, of which he is a part of,) and his interpretation.
He sent text with that image explaining things, but I thought it might be more amusing to not share that part at all. Just take a guess at what he did there, using a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 is "I am not surprised by this interpretation, I bet most people will see this." and 5 is "I took the gunk from between your dead mother's toes and formed it in to a replica of Disney's Tinkerbell. She will pay for your indecent thoughts. She will pay dearly."
Oh, wow! I didn't even touch upon the title of this post, which has something to do with how some people shy away from sending in their interpretations because they feel they can't draw that well. While good artistic skills are always enjoyed here, they are not the primary objective.
Your interpretations are. If Rats can be a good sport and be the new example of Interpretation Over Art, then perhaps we will all benefit. I mean, look at that drawing...what the hell...